Disability and Invisibility

Disability and Invisibility

High-functioning sick and disabled people are, by definition, the ones most able to take part in society and work. These are the people with milder instances of health problems, or those with disabilities that are aided significantly by relatively small and inexpensive equipment (e.g. wheelchairs, prosthetics, hearing aids, etc.) or people who can function acceptably well with small…

The Great Nope

The Great Nope

A look at how conservatism has degraded in a very short period from representing the party of ideas to vulgar Breitbartism…

The Open and Closed Political Axis

The Open and Closed Political Axis

The open society is more politically secure when it has adherents in all major parties than when it depends on one side of the aisle. The powerful inertia of polarization and partisan loyalty will mean that closed society parties will never be permanently routed, and the stakes will keep climbing higher every election.

What is clear is that liberals can…

You Were the Thought Police All Along

You Were the Thought Police All Along

Where do arguments about freedom of speech cease to be applicable and other concerns become central…

Disability and Hermeneutical Injustice

Disability and Hermeneutical Injustice

While many people were swift to condemn Donald Trump’s mockery of a disabled reporter during the 2016 campaign, few…

LC Podcast #1: The New Liberal

LC Podcast #1: The New Liberal

What does the future hold for liberalism as an ideological and political force in the United States…

Trump’s Jacksonianism and Its Needed Response

Trump’s Jacksonianism and Its Needed Response

What liberals can learn from the parallels between Trump and Old Hickory…

Sorry, Pepsi Haters, But Social Justice Needs Capitalism

Sorry, Pepsi Haters, But Social Justice Needs Capitalism

Last week’s backlash to the Pepsi ad featuring Kendall Jenner and an army of hipster-looking protesters was fast…

Atoms, But for Peace

Atoms, But for Peace

“It is a town like any other in America,” says the Rod Serling in my head, where I keep the…

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Adam Gurri

Adam Gurri is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Liberal Currents.