The Critical Drinker’s passionate defence of the art of yesterday, no matter how much it clashes with current ideas.
The plague of people posting appalling ideas and empty accusations in order to boost their own profile and make money.
How the pandemic has led to entrenched beliefs and a mistrust of disagreement and debate.
Scoffing at the idea wearing a protective face covering in public places is neither big or clever.
Money, sex, power and moral certainty.
Exploring the intersection between the sincere protest of social justice and the attention-hungry needs of social media.
Why we should mistrust the motivations of both the pro and anti lockdown lobbies.
Moral campaigners and social control freaks are trying to use the current crisis to force through more restrictions on how we live.