New Study Indicates that Childhood Vaccinations May Increase the Risk of Dying from Natural Causes Several Decades Later
Don’t Feed The Animals, A Series of Satirical Musings by: Josh Lorenzo Atlanta GA. – A recent public health study
Populism is an old trick. It’s been around since the earliest democracies. Plato, Aristotle and all the classical thinkers wrote about it and rightly condemned it, understanding that it would naturally end with a demagogue.
Don’t Feed The Animals, A Series of Satirical Musings by: Josh Lorenzo Washington, D.C. – According to sources within the
Potential Television Project Planned for May Sweeps on Fox: Reality Series Aims to Destroy National Park
Don’t Feed The Animals, A Series of Satirical Musings by Josh Lorenzo Washington, D.C. – If the rumors are true, President
“Make America Great Again”: Regina Jose Galindo’s Performance Art Illustrates the Struggles of Immigration
Art of Politics, Politics of Art, A Series By: Jeanette Joy Harris In this series, Jeanette Joy Harris looks at how artists
Measure Intended to Curb School Shooting Epidemic Don’t Feed The Animals, A Series of Satirical Musings by: Josh Lorenzo Washington, D.C.
Don’t Feed The Animals, A Series of Satirical Musings by: Josh Lorenzo April 16th, 2018, Washington D.C. – In an attempt
By: Richard Oxenberg so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickensWilliam Carlos
Racist Ideas, Justice, and Freedom: A Review and Reflection on Ibram Kendi’s ‘Stamped from the Beginning’
Stamped From the Beginning is filled with implications for political theory, both regarding distributive justice, and how we conceptualize freedom, showing limits to the typical bifurcation of freedom into its positive and negative variants.
Burke argues that life without such prejudice is brutish and crude. Sans prejudice we would be left with nothing but our “naked shivering nature,” alone and afraid.