Journalists who have a bias in any direction of the political spectrum beyond “facts” should be dragged out of their houses by the people and shot. The job of a Journalist is to inform the population; an essential component of any Republic that ensures its
In keeping with my use of this blog mainly as a coatrack for stuff I care about, this is just nifty: Hrm, I don’t have a category for Economics, but I don’t really post much on it anyway. Originally posted in this thread on Sociocide.
An old friend of mine is currently living in the Islamic Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. While keeping up with the goings-on in her life over there, I’ve gotten a clear sense that she’s growing progressively more frustrated with how things are done in a country
It is incredibly difficult to sit down and compose a coherent post on little more than half a cup of coffee and sheer willpower. And the latter seems to be much more effective than the former. “Social justice” is a phrase that I’ve seen popping
There’s no such thing as either a trustworthy Government, or a trustworthy Business. But at least it’s in the immediate, unavoidable interests of the Business to live up to its obligations; Government never has to close up shop when they overspend their budgets or fail
A large man approaches the front door to a house in the suburbs and rings the doorbell. It’s answered by a middle-aged woman with a polite, but confused look. “Are you Sarah Connor Palin?”, the man in sunglasses asks with a thick accent. “Yes”, she
Like many people inextricably plugged-in to the Internet, I’ve been following the (hopefully) historic events in Iran over the past several days with a combination of horror and hope. Will we get to see the birth of a new, true democracy in the Middle East,