Author Archives: Luke Ford

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).

Harvard Vs New York Post

Harvard Vs New York Post (5-14-21) https://t.co/gscmImUEEM — (((Luke Ford))) (@lukeford) May 14, 2021 00:00 Sparring with Liponious – does the AR, Antifa, BLM have agency? 21:00 Inflation fears, https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/13/opinion/inflation-fears.html 27:00 Harvard: ‘Mail-in Voter Fraud: Anatomy of a Disinformation Campaign’, … Continue reading

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Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other

Sherry Turkle writes in this 2010 book: * We are lonely but fearful of intimacy. [LF: Who’s lonely? I see no difference in the loneliness of people I know now compared to 40 years ago. I experience loneliness less than … Continue reading

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Days of Rage

From Steve Sailer’s comments section: * Days of Rage by Bryan Burrough is a thorough examination of the now largely forgotten leftwing terror that afflicted the nation in the early 1970s. As retired FBI agent Max Noel put it, “People … Continue reading

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When Will We Move On From Wokeness?

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Wokeness is guaranteed permanence by the framework of workplace civil rights and harassment law, which means that businesses can be sued for not accommodating a woke employee with a protected identity. Look at the Bostock … Continue reading

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The Paranoid Style Of Adam Curtis

From the New York Review of Books: Curtis films purport to be about us. But the paranoid writing dominates, and the viewer is left with unknown anxieties projected onto known images, a sort of emotional break-in. Curtis can’t seem to … Continue reading

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