Progressives have a compelling vision for the future. The other side doesn’t. It’s time to make that contrast clear.
On our lack of conclusive data, the election results, and the difficulty of challenging incumbents.
On the shadowy nature of local politics, the Progressive Movement’s plans to disrupt it, and the Pheu Thai referendum in Chiang Mai.
Thoughts on monarchy reform, finding a new consensus, and the establishment’s harmful monopoly on loyalty.
This is truly an exciting time. It’s a time of possibility, and hopefully, a time for change.