I’ve been trying to write about this observation for a while, but haven’t found the means to express it. So I am just going to state it, in what I admit is speculative form. Here’s what I said on Twitter … Continue reading
I think this passage from the New York Times speaks for itself.
War cheerleaders often give two justifications for America’s ongoing, seemingly endless occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan: 1) We’re there for the good of those we are occupying, and 2) We’re there to prevent that country from attacking us in the … Continue reading
Israel’s brilliant diplomatic strategy that the best defense is a viciously disproportionate offense seems to have riled some feathers here in NYC. Following that country’s attack on the humanitarians attempting to deliver medicine to Gaza, people the world over have … Continue reading
I awoke this morning with a sense of dread. That’s not unusual, but today’s worry felt especially acute: Someone out there was coming after me, personally. Thankfully my commute proved uneventful. “Perhaps I’m succumbing to a Palin-esque apocalyptic mindset,” I thought. … Continue reading
Sometimes I read a David Brooks column and I think to myself, I get it, New York Times, you’re playing a joke on us. HAHA. It’s a funny bit you have going here, wherein you allow an adult mental patient to mumble a series of non-sequiturs … Continue reading
Every time I read ThinkProgress, there’s a new report about how John Bolton is fed up with all of this not-bombing-Iran business, because seriously let’s bomb them already. WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? It’s quite remarkable, actually. This elementary Google search shows … Continue reading