Jared Marcel Pollen is a novelist and essayist, whose writing on political subjects looks out upon the world from a space where one might have once found Orwell, Hitchens, or Arendt.
The overriding weakness in the ESA is that no legal barrier can possibly halt the relentless juggernaut of economic growth at the heart of our extinction crisis.
Social movements, like revolutions, tend to follow a similar cycle in the process of rewiring certain beliefs and norms of behavior. This cycle goes as follows: right-to-centre, centre-to-left, left-to-far left, back to centre, back to right.
Guillaume LeBlanc from New American Perspective takes issue with President Trump's suggestion of adding Congressional term limits.
"The law," wrote Aristotle in his Politics, "is reason unaffected by desire". Perhaps no recent justice of the American Supreme Court was as concerned with this idea as the late Antonin Scalia.
The United States Supreme Court and Same-Sex Marriages: Did The Court Miss An Opportunity For Something Greater?
By: Amar Khoday Let’s give credit where credit is due. The United States Supreme Court did a tremendous thing for