You were probably troubled by the Snowden revelations. They were, after all, disturbing and insulting. But there is, sadly, more to the story. Mass surveillance was just the first step, and it gets uglier from there.
Honestly, I’d rather not write about what’s bad in the world; I’d rather build a better world and leave the bad to colla...
It’s Thursday folks. As we approach the end of the week, what’s on your mind today?
- Former U.S. officials warned the U.S. government, in terms of the fight against the Islamic State, all options must be placed on the table
- Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko: We need supplies to defeat the rebels in...
By Tadit Anderson
There is an interesting provenance between the defaming of the democracy of Pericles’s Athens as dysfunctional and the use of this fiction to support an “aristocratic” form of governance in opposition to democracy, even two thousand...
“C’mon Sis, quit crumpling my computer!”
It may seem unlikely that those words might soon issue from a young fellow’s mouth. Yet they could, in the not-too-distant future. And it’s because of the hottest trend in consumer products today:
Some stunning advances in materials technology have made possible a lot of things we...
Hey there folks, what are you doing today?
- Russia and Egypt agree on a new $3.5 billion weapons deal to arm Egypt
- A U.S. Senate investigation found China hacked into the Pentagon a few times
- Russia called for a UN Security Council hearing on the MH17 flight after a recent Dutch report...
I have explained in depth why the New York Times’ coverage of the EU troika’s infliction of austerity on the eurozone is dishonest and routinely indifferent to the suffering of the peoples of much of the periphery who have been forced into a second Great Depression. ...