The hottest Political Ideology Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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Top U.S. Politics Topics
The J. Burden Show β€’ 2316 implied HN points β€’ 24 Jan 24
  1. Left and Right are modern terms originating from the French Revolution, representing different ideologies.
  2. The idea of political dualism, viewing left and right as equal opposite forces, is a mistaken belief.
  3. The left is described as a parasite due to its nature of releasing power through entropy, striving for equality through destruction of traditional hierarchies.
Richard Hanania's Newsletter β€’ 2487 implied HN points β€’ 08 Jan 24
  1. Populism relies on misleading rhetoric and ignores tough economic realities.
  2. Entitlement reform is crucial as spending on programs like Social Security is projected to increase rapidly.
  3. Republicans will face tough choices in negotiations regarding entitlements, with emphasis on cutting benefits over raising taxes.
Slow Boring β€’ 8117 implied HN points β€’ 01 Mar 23
  1. The mental health of young liberals is influenced by a mix of factors including social media, politics, and societal issues.
  2. Political ideology plays a role in the mental health of adolescents, with liberal girls showing higher levels of depression.
  3. Encouraging positive emotional responses and avoiding catastrophizing can be beneficial for mental health.
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Common Sense with Bari Weiss β€’ 1066 implied HN points β€’ 22 Feb 24
  1. Children at a Brooklyn public elementary school are taught about Black Lives Matter's principles using a coloring book, introducing terms like 'Queer Affirming' and 'Transgender Affirming.'
  2. Some parents are concerned about the political and communist undertones in the educational material, questioning the appropriateness for elementary school students.
  3. The coloring book used by the school focuses on promoting Black Lives Matter's ideology but lacks in teaching specific black historical figures, leading to concerns about presenting controversial ideas as facts.
kareem β€’ 6210 implied HN points β€’ 02 Jun 23
  1. Some women who support Trump overlook his sexual misconduct allegations.
  2. The reasons given for women supporting Trump may lack logical reasoning.
  3. Supporting a leader solely for economic reasons, despite moral concerns, can have significant consequences.
Aaron Renn β€’ 373 implied HN points β€’ 26 Jan 24
  1. There is a growing gender political divide among Gen Z and young Millennials, with women becoming more liberal than men in many countries.
  2. There has been a significant decline in white military recruitment, particularly among young men in the US, which is impacting the military's demographics.
  3. There is a call to better understand and address issues related to abusive mothers, societal perceptions, and the declining faith in the value of college education.
Cold Eye Earth (formerly The Gregor Letter) β€’ 216 implied HN points β€’ 05 Feb 24
  1. The US economy is booming with balanced growth, largely due to increased investment in infrastructure and domestic output.
  2. Coal in the US power sector is declining steeply, soon to be surpassed by combined wind and solar energy sources.
  3. Emissions reduction progress in the US has slowed significantly, especially with rising natural gas consumption and transport sector emissions.
The Path Not Taken β€’ 374 implied HN points β€’ 09 Apr 23
  1. Matt Goodwin argues about a new elite in Britain conflicting with working classes' values and interests.
  2. The book suffers from vague definitions, failing to engage with key debates and lacking focus.
  3. There's a need for deeper analysis of socio-cultural professionals and progressive ideology to present a more balanced view.
Unsafe Science β€’ 223 implied HN points β€’ 16 Apr 23
  1. The study found that people were more likely to agree with negative statements when they were about white people compared to other racial groups.
  2. Political affiliation influenced the level of agreement with negative statements, with liberals showing higher agreement with anti-white sentiments.
  3. The research highlighted how tribalism and prejudice can influence attitudes towards different demographic groups.
Hold That Thought by Sarah Haider β€’ 157 implied HN points β€’ 29 May 23
  1. The phenomenon of 'wokeism' has similarities to religion and has captured cultural and sense-making institutions.
  2. Wokeism has succeeded by neutralizing liberals and exploiting social dynamics to crush dissent.
  3. Understanding that the 'woke' have decisively won cultural institutions is essential in fighting against this phenomenon.
Outspoken with Dr Naomi Wolf β€’ 7 implied HN points β€’ 26 Feb 24
  1. The fight for clean elections in Maine faced opposition from Democrats, revealing tensions and motivations within the political landscape.
  2. Attending CPAC provided insights into a vibrant and positive atmosphere, with a mix of fashion, personalities, and discussions about freedom and truth.
  3. Meeting various influential figures at CPAC highlighted a sense of historical importance and a gathering of individuals who cherish freedom, transcending political boundaries.
The Missing Data Depot β€’ 6 implied HN points β€’ 04 Jan 24
  1. Illiberal liberalism is a problem in higher education, with a small but significant number of illiberal liberals disrupting campus speech and events.
  2. Liberal students tend to be more open to illiberal behaviors to block speech they disagree with compared to conservative students.
  3. The presence of illiberal liberalism on campus is linked to an increase in attempts to deplatform speakers and disrupt campus events.
Gideon's Substack β€’ 3 HN points β€’ 20 Feb 24
  1. Presidential rankings can be subjective and change over time based on historical perspectives and societal values.
  2. Greatness in a president can be defined by their impact, leadership style, and ability to navigate complex political landscapes.
  3. Moderates may provide a more objective evaluation of presidents due to potentially weaker ideological filters.
Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology β€’ 11 implied HN points β€’ 29 Aug 23
  1. The winners of the Salem/CSPI Prediction Tournament were announced, including a $25,000 prize and a fellowship
  2. The analysis of the betting markets showed mixed results, with some events being accurately predicted while others were not
  3. Participants in the tournament were mostly young, male, and had a libertarian-leaning political orientation
Geopolitical Economy Report β€’ 59 implied HN points β€’ 18 Dec 19
  1. Renowned philosopher Judith Butler donated to Kamala Harris' political campaigns, despite Harris' tough stance on crime that targeted poor people of color.
  2. Butler's campaign contributions to Harris totaled at least $1,050, supporting both her Senate and presidential campaigns.
  3. Butler's involvement in donating to Kamala Harris sheds light on the connections between academia, politics, and the criticisms of postmodernism and imperialism.