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Is Petraeus Eligible?


It has been a historical constant that after periods of heightened social and political upheaval such as wars, citizens turn to icons of stability and fortitude. 1,216 more words

TWP - M. Silva

Neoliberalism: A contradictory destroyer of human rights

Following the world economic crisis in the 1970s, a restructuring of both global and domestic economic and political structures has been intensifying so to stop, and even reverse, the Keynesian post-war economic order of regulated capitalism and to (re)establish a globalised system where the ‘invisible hand’ of the free-market will ensure productivity and prosperity (Davis 2006: 152-156; Gill 1994: 48; Heywood 2007: 52). 2,142 more words

Economics

Foreign Policy Journal: Opinion: Paul Craig Roberts: The Neoconservative Threat to International Order


Foreign Policy Journal: Opinion: Paul Craig Roberts: The Neoconservative Threat to International Order

This is going to sound somewhat partisan at least from a Neoconservative’s perspective and if that is the case you’re more than welcome to way in on this and attempt to contradict me. 578 more words

Neoconservatives

Tom Woods: Video: Murray Rothbard: How Interventionists Wrecked The Old Right

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This blog blogs a lot about how the Far-Left especially in the Democratic Party and how they give Liberals and liberalism a bad name. 597 more words

Opinion

Tom Woods: Video: Murray Rothbard: How Interventionists Wrecked The Old Right

This blog blogs a lot about how the Far-Left especially in the Democratic Party and how they give Liberals and liberalism a bad name. Especially far-leftists who self-describe themselves as Liberals or are called Liberals in the media. 583 more words

Opinion

Alice Doesn't Sleep Here Anymore

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Stephen Hopkins, 1989)

Popular culture relies on repetition with difference and there is perhaps no subgenre that is quite so repetitive as the slasher – the crime in the past, the discrete/isolated setting, the gender ambiguous and curiously mobile villain and their double the gender ambiguous final girl, the increasing number of unmissed teen victims… By now we’re onto a new generation of teens — Alice (Lisa Wilcox) has been handed the baton — and since the opening sequence is a blue-tinted* sex scene with Dan (Dan Hassel) you can do your own double entendres. 584 more words

Film Reviews

And What She Found There

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (Renny Harlin, 1988)

Popular culture relies on repetition with difference and there is perhaps no subgenre that is quite so repetitive as the slasher – the crime in the past, the discrete/isolated setting, the gender ambiguous and curiously mobile villain and their double the gender ambiguous final girl, the increasing number of unmissed teen victims… except here one of them notices that they’re dropping like flies. 486 more words

Film Reviews