It’s hard to tell if the near-constant stream of millennial-centric political think-pieces are perpetuating or reflecting growing curmudgeonly fears about the future of the country. Maybe it’s a little of both, and Fox is probably observing within its competency when it pegs more than a handful of us as “deluded narcissists” – but it appears there’s room for some political optimism among all the moral panic and the reign of the religious right. 132 more words
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Editor’s Note: Today, Points features a guest post by Miriam Kingsberg, an assistant professor of history at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of… 1,012 more words
Like so many books I’ve read, this is another book that has all the right words in all the wrong places. My passions (namely, my political passions) are far-ranging: I like everything from stories of resistance in the Third World, marijuana legalization to socialism and environmental responsibility; I get excited when I get to read about these things. 2,031 more words
I am writing to offer you a full apology for the recent trends and occurrences outlined below.
I am sorry about the ignorant and inflammatory ‘policies’ of some of our ascendant political parties. 529 more words
It is right and proper that faith based schools, that use state money, are inspected to ensure they provide the learning expected. To my knowledge questions and concerns have been raised about Catholic, Church of England and Jewish schools for at least a couple of generations. 106 more words