Americans and other citizens of rich democracies have long taken our travel advantages as rights for granted. The pandemic changes this perspective.
[The] slow-moving disaster that has been the last 45 years of the Lebanese Republic should serve as a warning to multi-ethnic countries who can’t “get it together” – like ours now…
…[I]f the young marchers…cared about racism they’d tackle it at the institutional level: by helping people vote,…thus ensuring the non-racist party had a chance at power.
Why is Israel bashing like hockey in Canada, drinking furniture stripper methanol in Russia, or shooting in the US – why is it such a popular pastime?
Without diminishing praiseworthy efforts to manage the coronavirus in the U.S., there will be consequences from the lapses in curbing it.
Understand, this is a critique of a set of values, myths and rules, not believers. It isn’t bigotry either. Objecting to a set of beliefs is all fair game.
After weeks of near-total isolation, handwashing so hard, looking to rubbing my eyes as if I’d just been tear-gassed, fitting both fists into my mouth!
The State, pushed by people blessed with better life circumstances, decided these marginal women need to be punished by prohibition. Let’s end this madness.
His claim is that he’s not fleeing justice as a fugitive but rather escaping a racist and rigged system. It’s hard to know which of those narratives is true. James Bond (or James Bond villain?)
Burundi’s capital is being moved for the good of the people! Actually no: the dictatorship is moving and building a new administrative city as a mega-theft.