“Right now we see two possible futures welling up in the present. In one, society’s every decision is dominated by scarcity. Except for a few oligarchs, nobody has enough of anything. In that future, we build literal and figurative walls to keep out those who hope to acquire our stuff, while through guile or violence we try to acquire theirs.”
Through five election cycles WIRED has written about politics and politicians but avoided telling their readers who they viewed as the best choice. Until now.