Sumantra Maitra is a doctoral researcher at the University of Nottingham. A sr. contributor to The Federalist he writes for Quillette Providence Magazine Spectator US The Telegraph and others.
The "Barstool Conservatives" are simultaneously vilified and voiceless. That might soon change, as a new class consciousness emerges.
Sumantra Maitra / Feb 7, 2021
Britain and US diversified the search for a vaccine, while the EU slept on the wheels. A nimble nation-state can diversify picking on vaccines, while the bureaucratic behemoth took time to deliberate.
Sumantra Maitra / Feb 3, 2021
The idea is that having family, growing up with two parents, is privileged, and that this creates inequity. Any inequity must be crushed.
Sumantra Maitra / Jul 28, 2020
The realignment of working-class politics have shifted to a technocratic urban bourgeoisie, and the conservatives are now the working-class party.
Sumantra Maitra / Jul 24, 2020
A conservative-led reform of higher-education is long overdue. One of the biggest flaws of modern conservative movements was letting universities turn into hubs of radicalism.
Sumantra Maitra / Jul 22, 2020
Gervais, from modest middle-class background, is now a millionaire. He is expected to adopt the beliefs of his current class, not hold to his previous ones. He won't.
Sumantra Maitra / Jun 27, 2020
What is happening to the dismayed and hapless liberals across America are the fruits of their own trees they planted.
Sumantra Maitra / Jun 12, 2020
From public health priorities, to foreign aid, to academic bailouts, the amount of tax-funded cash wasted in the last few months amount to billions.
Sumantra Maitra / May 23, 2020
Universities were not supposed to be gigantic businesses, with trendy fads, corporate speak and bloated bureaucracy. Instead of bailouts, it's time to cut the fat.
Sumantra Maitra / Apr 18, 2020
My disastrous experiment to be “inspired” during a quarantine I gave in to temptation, and watched a couple of latest superhero flicks. It was a mistake.
Sumantra Maitra / Apr 12, 2020
Conservatism is at a crossroads as to the essential nature of individual liberties versus the need for state overreach during this existential pandemic.
Sumantra Maitra / Apr 6, 2020
The Chinese government monopolized the market for medical resources, incompetence and negligence started a deathly global pandemic. Now China is profiting from those deaths.
Sumantra Maitra / Mar 19, 2020