Will Lloyd

Will is a contributor to The Spectator.

Science & Tech

Make America smoke again

Self-care can’t heal the nation, but cigarettes might

By Will Lloyd

Politics

How the myth of JFK tortured the Democratic Party for 55 years

Decades after Dallas, the Dems keep drinking from the poisoned Kennedy chalice

By Will Lloyd

Art

To Kill a Mockingbird would probably not find a publisher in the age of #MeToo

The kind of old-fashioned humanism espoused by Harper Lee is being left behind and replaced with radical, uncompromising demands

By Will Lloyd

Politics

Black Mirror politics is coming to the midterms

Isn’t there a sinister side to an army of 17,000 citizen activists looking for damaging intel on Republicans?

By Will Lloyd

Media

How Ta-Nehisi Coates saved capitalism

The celebrated writer made social activism a lot less dangerous to the ruling class

By Will Lloyd

Internet

The rule of Caesar Mark Zuckerberg

The Facebook CEO is enthralled by the power ancient tyrants wielded

By Will Lloyd

Science & Tech

Elon Musk and the dwindling appeal of public eccentricity

The entrepreneur only seems like an oddball because culture is so homogenised

By Will Lloyd

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