From smartphones to smart homes, the last decade has been an explosion of innovation and technology… But is it really for the better? Do we really need an app for everything?
This month we’re addressing those questions and more…
Editor in Chief P.J. O’Rourke explains how social media has made us dumber (and louder) and tells us why the “Internet of Things” is a few “things” too many.
Contributing Editor Alice Lloyd reports on a “strange brew” social media cocktail trend… and how millennials are ruining drinking.
Writer Andrew Ferguson makes the case that Twitter has changed politics for the (if you can imagine) worse.
Crypto analyst Eric Wade warns us of the potential perils – and profit possibilities – in the coming cryptocurrency “Dark Age.”
Financial publisher Dan Denning explains why he thinks Amazon is “the most dangerous company in American history.”
Economists Andrés Velasco and Roberto Chang see a red flag in Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency… one that signaled an $82 billion default the last time around.
Tech analyst Christian Olsen highlights the innovations (both alluring and scary) that are driving investments in “Big Data” and artificial intelligence.
Chris Igou foresees the death of paying for things with cash and credit cards.
Finance and health analyst Dr. David Eifrig brings a note of cheer, punching holes in the hysteria over cellphones and our kids growing “horns.”
While film critic John Podhoretz expands on last month’s “America Is Great” theme with a look at Hollywood’s take on American “greatness”… from Forrest Gump to Florida Man. And executive editor Buck Sexton chats with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
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