World War II

 
 

The Constitution in my pocket

Nearly every day since my sophomore year of high school, I have carried a U.S. Constitution in my left-hand pocket whenever I go out. People often ask me why.
 

The Worth of Political Memoirs

What is worth reading in todays world?
 

Liberal at a Gun Show

Gun rights purists can’t believe their luck. One lunatic on a Texas college campus has proven their point: it’s not the guns that kill people.
 

Book Review: Entrepreneurial Nation by Ro Khanna

Four days before the 2012 Presidential election one enduring mantra from both candidates has been “jobs, jobs, jobs.” With unemployment in the U.S.
 

Right Wing Takes Aim at Public Education

How sad -- and suicidal - that conservatives have decided to declare open warfare on public education.
 

Eternal Egypt

Day before yesterday the Egyptian military granted itself sweeping powers and dissolved the parliament dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood. Should we be surprised?
 

Nations hold intervention with Iran. It does not go well.

On Wednesday, the United States, Russia, Germany, France, China, and Britain staged an intervention for Iran to get it to come to terms with its use of threats about nuclear weapons.
 

Instruments of Fear: America and the War Machine

           For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.