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Nigeria Is On Auto-pilot And Drifting To The Precipe, PDP Tells Lai Mohammed |RN

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reacted to a statement credited to the Minister of Information and Culture, Mr Lai Mohammed. The minister had said that Nigeria is in “very safe and competent hands,” with President Muhammadu Buhari piloting the affairs of the country. 382 more words


Riding the Storm: Does the Sun Trigger Hurricanes and Social Unrest?

What do the activities of our sun have to do with the increase in extreme weather, public scandals, mass tragedies and social unrest that we are experiencing here on earth? 2,315 more words


Social Realism

Suppose you had the revolution you were talking and dreaming about.  Suppose your side had won, and you had the kind of society that you wanted. 

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Being Up in a Down World

Something I have been thinking a lot about lately is how to stay up when there is so much “down” in the world.

Perhaps in youth I just didn’t notice it, or maybe things really are getting a lot worse. 354 more words

Red Pill

Noises of Yesterday

Our large second-floor apartment, in a gracious 40’s-built Spanish-colonial run-down house, which we LOVE, happens to be situated near but not ON (shwew!) a major artery of the 2-million-inhabitants city, and near a small but important bridge into the “casco viejo” (the very center bulls-eye area) of the metropolis. 301 more words


Social Justice and the American Prophet

The issue of social justice remains the hottest topic I’ve ever written about on this blog. My essay, “On the Difference between Seeking Justice and Doing Justice,” written two years ago, still receives more hits per week than any other essay. 742 more words

Will the social unrest in Iran affect the regime’s regional policies?

Farhad Rezaei

The Hill

January 5, 2018

Iranians’ protests over a weak economy and poor living conditions appear to be the largest to strike the country since the riots against the fraudulent presidential election in 2009. 902 more words