In our current public conversation about jobs, too often the media and the public point back to the era of the unionized factory job as the golden age. In one.
As Americans slaughter each other with ever more high-powered weapons, nothing happens to stop it. Sure, half the nation or more supports gun control and many support the outright ban.
The horrible killing of the Virginia TV crew has once again shown that a) gun violence is inherently political, b) that the National Rifle Association is a front organization for.
Donald Trump is so ridiculous and so destroying Republican chances to win in 2016, I'm almost convinced he's some sort of Democratic plant produced by the most brilliant political strategists.
If it seems to you that we have seen an uptick in war and violence around the world, the statistics suggest you are correct.
I do not "believe in nonviolence" as a principle. Violence in resisting oppression is often justified. However, violence is almost always a terrible tactic for a social movement that significantly.
We think of lynching as something whites did to African-Americans and that was of course often the case. But the use of extralegal violence to eliminate perceived threats without a.
Adam Gopnik with an excellent essay on how Stand Your Ground is basically the American doctrine of maximum violence in a new era: In France and England, though, duelling was.