The only thing worse than a bad start in foreign policy is no start at all. Yet, that seems to be the latest trend in so-called diplomatic problem-solving. It’s touted as “sticking to principles.” Its consequences may be catastrophic.
Matt Taibbi teaches us about the failure of mainstream media to defend or even represent the truth. Does the truth even have a leg to stand on when social media remains its only partially reliable source?
Science is a serious business, as everyone knows. Which clearly means it is both serious and a business, except that thanks to a quantum effect it can also become entertainment.
After his canceling for anti-Semitism, he seemed to flounder in an orgy of shame, but Kanye’s fortune remains at $400 million and his empire is intact. Hyperreality always wins, even when it loses.
While refusing peace negotiations in Ukraine and punishing Democrats who call for it, the White House wants people to think it’s open to do what it categorically refuses to do.
After the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan last year, a trivial case of withdrawal rocked the Beltway establishment last week.
Now that we are on the brink of nuclear war, some think it is time to sit back and enjoy the speculative thrill it offers.
The latest sign of continental drift in the world of geopolitics bodes poorly for Joe Biden’s Democrats in next month’s midterm elections.