“Ignorance has many powerful advantages over knowledge. Typically it is simple and easy to communicate, while knowledge, by its very nature, usually tends to be nuanced and complex. Ignorance requires no evidence and no research. It can be endlessly repeated … Continue reading
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They are not girls, these Representatives and Senators of the 113th Congress. They are women and they are an amazing start to this year.
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I know it’s not a photograph, but Hurricane Sandy is the image/natural phenomena everyone is talking about this weekend. And speculation about her damage and wreckage is even bleeding into the Presidential election. Will Sandy wreak such havoc that people … Continue reading
Honestly, the first time I saw the photo of Mitt Romney hitting a “Clear eye, full hearts, can’t lose” banner, I knew that someone would probably ask him to stop. There are notable instances of candidates using songs for campaign … Continue reading
We may not be on the same wavelength politically, but we obviously are fictional-football-philosophically. Dillon forever!
Today marks the beginning of Banned Books Week. Do yourself a favor and stand up for free speech while sitting down and reading a banned book. For a list of books that have shaped America or a map showing the … Continue reading
With the protests and demonstrations in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and elsewhere this week, I couldn’t help but share this photo. I don’t even know when or where I found it, but it’s message seems appropriate.