This week, Joe Medler creates his own ‘Bern’ defending the greatest social constructs and the ideas behind them.
When Kurt Ellenberger first arrived in Austria to study European jazz, he was impressed with socialized education; upon further inspection, Ellenberger finds some reason for skepticism.
Matthew Rozsa loves quotes. And he disagrees with economic conservatives. Here’s where he’s going with that.
“Using the word “freedom” is always much less controversial in America that using the word “equality.”
This comment by wellokaythen on the post Three Martin Luther King Quotes You Probably Won’t Hear Today
Uruguay’s President Drives An ’87 Beetle and Donates His Paycheck To Charity. Could He Save The International Left?
Jose Mujica has gone viral for his humble lifestyle and liberal reforms. Paul Blest on what the Uruguayan president’s popularity means for global leftists. —– President Jose Mujica is not your typical head of state. First off, Uruguay’s president is old – 78, to be exact, one year younger than Ronald Reagan when he left office. […]
The truths he spoke as a living man don’t necessarily match the narrative that’s been fitted onto him as a dead icon.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld believes we aren’t challenging inequity nearly enough. Here’s his call for us to do so.
Donald D’Haene brings us the origin of the word “slut,” as well as his support of the White Ribbon Campaign raising awareness of violence against women.
Both the rich-defenders and the rich-haters are right in their own way, given what they’re focused on.
Sure tax and regulatory policy are important. But none of it will mean shit unless we all wake up from this belief that more is better.