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"This Anomaly Must Stop"

On this date in 1969, Greek poet and Nobel Prize laureate Giorgos Seferis makes a famous statement on the BBC World Service opposing the junta in Greece. 15 more words


Political Writings: Boycott Indiana!

I’ll keep this shorter and sweeter than most of my (sparse) political ramblings.

Governor Mike Pence of Indiana and all of the close-minded, right-wing members of the Indiana legislative houses who made the Religious Freedom Restoration Act become law, you guys can go straight to Hell.   215 more words

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Corporate America awakes is more catchy than: with a daily cup of ‘extortion of those who do not benefit from institutionalised racism’

My political views on the wellbeing of my country
Wavers like my daily order of coffee
Black like Selma
White like the senate
Just right for the annual CNN coverage of a ‘war-ravaged’ ‘Muslim’ ‘Arab’ country. 245 more words


War of the Econoblogs: The Krugsade on Conservatives

In the blogosphere, Paul Krugman is the king of generalizations. With both targeted attacks and broad strokes statements about conservative economists, Krugman’s New York Times… 928 more words

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Rush Limbaugh and the GOP's Rightward Shift

Today, just mentioning the name Rush Limbaugh is sure to elicit a strong reaction. Between calling Sandra Fluke a “slut,” labeling feminists “Feminazis,” and accusing Iraq veterans of being “phony soldiers,” Limbaugh is certainly a polarizing character and has been since his radio show went on-air in the late 1980s. 2,140 more words

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"Ducle Et Decorum Est" Poet Owen Born on This Date

British poet Wilfred Owen born on this date in 1893. Owen’s poem “Dulce et Decorum est” is one of the most evocative representations of the horrors of World War I as it mocks the Horation line “Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori” or “it is sweet and right to die for your country.” Owen himself was shot and killed only one week before the end of World War I. 13 more words


Weigh the balance

To many, it’s simply a commodity, or a nuisance. For others—Well… it leads an exciting life. Albeit marred with troubles and innovation at every step, many times complicated by those that would control, or free, it’s availability to the world at large. 447 more words