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Connor Tomlinson
Connor Tomlinson is the Policy Director for the British Conservation Alliance, and a Young Voices UK Associate Contributor. He is a regular contributor to talkRadio, GB News, and publications like CapX & Daily Express. Follow him on Twitter: @con_tomlinson
by | Mar 15, 2022

Inflation reached 7.9 percent last month. Gas prices have passed the recession threshold of $130 per barrel. So, what is President Biden’s newest plan to fix the mess that the Federal Reserve’s “New Normal” of printing $120 billion in quantitative…

by | Mar 12, 2022

Matt Reeves’ The Batman (2022) is a beautiful disaster. Gotham is a rain-lashed living contradiction, with Times Square-sized LED billboards built into 19th century Gothic gargoyle-studded skyscrapers. The fight choreography features moves as brutal as Ben Affleck’s, or the Arkham…

by | Mar 8, 2022

Last October, The American Spectator ran my op-ed declaring that “Putin Has NATO Over a Barrel.” It lamented the precarious position of Europe and the U.S. national security, caused by energy policies intent on total decarbonization. The unintended consequence of…

by | Jan 11, 2022

Pope Francis scrambled the last remaining eggs of Twitter feminists last week when he condemned those picking pet ownership over parenthood as “selfish” and worsening the West’s “demographic winter.” As domestic birth rates decline and the inheritance of upright values…

by | Jan 6, 2022

I am signed up for the polling agency YouGov, which pays its members to answer questions on political, social, and consumer-choice topics. Recent surveys have concerned my attitude toward rental services for fashion, cars, and phones. These state and corporate-partnered…

by | Dec 1, 2021

School climate strikes are the political equivalent of pulling a fire alarm. It’s a sick day with the added social clout of conforming to a generation-wide virtue signal. Even the new Superman is in on the action, joining his pink-haired “hacktivist”…

by | Nov 15, 2021

Last Night in Soho is a refreshing departure from the slew of films that serve up a sermon on woke dogma. Yet, so far, critics have missed the retrograde subtext of this knife-wielding neon-noir flick: that the sexual revolution of…

by | Nov 8, 2021

World leaders assembled gas-guzzling fleets of tinted-window limos last week, and drove like a funeral procession for fiscal responsibility to a G20 summit in Rome. President Joe Biden’s alleged “bathroom accident” in the Vatican overshadowed the most important story out…

by | Oct 30, 2021

As the UN’s climate conference approaches, one notable vacancy at the world leaders’ table will be President Vladimir Putin. The Russian statesman has declined to attend the summit, citing concerns over COVID. But it’s more likely that Putin doesn’t wish…

by | Oct 28, 2021

All Hallows’ Eve has been haunted by wokeness since universities — from Yale to across the pond at my alma mater, the University of Kent — began banning “culturally insensitive” costumes at campus parties. The season’s scary movies aren’t immune from…

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