Michael Young

Visiting Fellow
Areas of expertise

Michael Young is a leading writer and researcher focused on culture, political philosophy, and the rise of postmodernism. Previously, he spent a number of years working in government before turning his attention to writing. His essays, which have been key in shaping the debate on the pushback against cultural Marxism, as well as postmodernism, education, and Critical Social Justice, can be found at Counterweight where he currently writes.

He is currently working on his first book. You can follow him at @Wokal_Distance on Twitter.

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Primer: Renounce Calls for Decolonization in All Their Forms

When activists call for decolonization, they are not merely making sure that one country does not take over another country to abusively use it for resources and bleed it economically dry. In social justice discourse, decolonization means far more than that. 

Motte and Bailey: Dishonest Postmodernist Strategy

Many Christianshave wondered how it is that postmodern philosophy, with all the nihilism and relativism it requires, has managed to find a home in Christian communities and churches in particular.

UPDATED: Glossary of CRT-Related Terms

This glossary is meant to be a reference guide to help citizens evaluate materials and assess whether the activist practice of CRT is in effect.

Jesus and John Wayne among the Deplorables

Originally appeared on AmericanReformer.org When Activism Masquerades as History Evangelicalism has lost its way. It’s…