The blanket rejection of black and white thinking is itself a form of black and white thinking– black and white thinking about black and white thinking. And if black and white thinking about black and white thinking is valid then … Continue reading →
When evaluating potential U. S. Presidents, it’s always important to avoid making choices based on superficial or transitory qualities. That is why I put together this handy little graphic to help settle one of the most persistent issues of the upcoming … Continue reading →
In many ways we assume that liberal Hollywood and reactionary Afghanistan are complete opposites. Hollywood gratuitously flaunts sexuality and pushes the limits of what is socially acceptable. The Taliban and other groups in Afghanistan impose ultra-conservative religious rules of modesty … Continue reading →
Most Internet conversations suck. You know exactly what I mean. I’m not talking about the frivolous “Ew! My cat just puked a hairball on the carpet” “Ha ha! At least it wasn’t a mouse!” conversations. True, those often suck in … Continue reading →
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