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Im-Politic: Why Dylann Roof Isn't a Terrorist

Most debates over political labeling do way more harm than good, tending to result from the usually wrong-headed, guilt-ridden impulses of the political correctness crowd. But the latest controversy, sparked by the horrific Charleston, South Carolina killings, is worth considering – whether confessed shooter Dylan Roof should be considered a terrorist. 794 more words


Hillary Clinton Has Something To Hide? -- New York Times Really Wants Her To Answer A Freaking Question

The New York Times appears to be openly losing patience with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her refusal to take any sort of questions from the political press corps.  571 more words

Eugene Robinson: GOP candidates swim against the tide on gay marriage

Washington Post — No one can be certain which way the Supreme Court will rule on gay marriage, but the direction of history’s arrow is plain for all to see — except, apparently, the Republican candidates for president. 86 more words


Blind Hostility

The perception of war’s necessity derives from (or at least corresponds to) a narrow view of the adversary. Enemies are imagined in caricature as the embodiment of evil. 535 more words

War Culture

Eugene Robinson: Is history finally on Hillary Clinton’s side?

Washington Post: That was quick. Strike up “Happy Days Are Here Again,” and cue the balloon drop. Better yet, Democrats could skip the whole primaries-and-convention thing and let Hillary Clinton get to work on picking a running mate. 158 more words


Album Review: Crowhurst - "Crowhurst"

“There is no harmony in the universe. We have to get acquainted to this idea that there is no real harmony as we have conceived it.” 503 more words

Album Reviews

Interview: Crowhurst's Jay Gambit on noise, metal and the band's new self-titled album

It’s time to forget everything you thought you knew about Crowhurst. After four years and enough solo noise and experimental electronic releases to last a lifetime, mastermind Jay Gambit’s taking things in a new direction. 1,642 more words

Black Metal