Doomed writers buried their accounts of the Warsaw ghetto in the hope that they could teach whoever unearthed the documents about good, evil, indifference and the importance of the truth as an act of resistance. They have left us a trove of papers on how to construct a life of meaning.
There should be more sympathy for Assange and the outlet he founded in corporate media.
Trump Republicans are falling back on their old game of deflecting attention by blaming immigrants crossing the southern border.
Why have no apt penalties for sedition or treason yet been applied to insurrection-inciters or enabling officials?
Closing our staggering wealth gap is crucial to the survival of both our economy and our democracy.
Usable lying and other well-intended “adjustments” of the truth have opened up the door for many further troubling innovations . . .
Reform advocates praised the passage of the EQUAL Act in the House.
President Obama has said he’s like to visit Cuba before leaving office. Wouldn’t it be grand if he visited Caimanera to make an announcement that the prison would be closed and the lovely Cuban seaport would finally be returned to its rightful owners?
“We oppose the extraterritorial application of unilateral measures.“
Is this crazy, or what?