- 2,825,222 readers since June 2008
- Answer the questions | Philosophy homework help - Nerd My Essay on Feminism for Beginners
- Grace on Emily Dickinson, Lesbian?: Her Letter to Susan Gilbert, in June of 1852, Might Tell Us Less Than You Think
- W.C. Billingsworth III on Blogging UFOs: What Do You Make of Professor Robert Jacobs’s Bizarre UFO Testimony?
- Ruby Walker on Emily Dickinson, Lesbian?: Her Letter to Susan Gilbert, in June of 1852, Might Tell Us Less Than You Think
- Answer the questions | Philosophy homework help – Know Essays on Feminism for Beginners
- Eric Ciaremelo on Trump’s New Cancel Culture: Cancelling Black Voters
- Bernie was right! - deepredpond on “We Rule You, We Fool You”: Classic 1911 Poster Depicting Capitalism Titled “Pyramid of Capitalist System”
- Answer the questions | Philosophy homework help - Nursing Essays Writings on Feminism for Beginners
- Andrew Clunn on Trump’s New Cancel Culture: Cancelling Black Voters
- Anonymous on Emily Dickinson, Lesbian?: Her Letter to Susan Gilbert, in June of 1852, Might Tell Us Less Than You Think
- Answer the questions | Philosophy homework help - Georgia Papers on Feminism for Beginners
- L. on Albert Camus: The Absurd, Rebellion, Freedom, Passion, and Solidarity
- Philosophy homework help - Graduate Papers on Feminism for Beginners
- Answer the questions | Philosophy homework help - thenursinggurus on Feminism for Beginners
- Chittwood2 on Trump’s New Cancel Culture: Cancelling Black Voters
- Emily Dickinson, Lesbian?: Her Letter to Susan Gilbert, in June of 1852, Might Tell Us Less Than You Think
- Clit Rubbing Bonobos: A Clue to the Evolutionary Origin of Human Homosexuality?
- What, Exactly, Is Wrong With Bestiality?
- Walt Whitman: "To be indeed a God!"
- Blogging UFOs: What Do You Make of Professor Robert Jacobs's Bizarre UFO Testimony?
- Etiological Narrative Watch: Did the Hindu God Hanuman, and an Army of Monkeys and Squirrels, Build the Limestone Shoals Between India and Sri Lanka Known as "Adam's Bridge"?
- What is a Human, Really? Thinking about Definition via Aristotle
- UFOs, Aliens, and Religious Art
- What Did Friedrich Nietzsche Take from Charles Darwin?
- "The Vision of Christ That Thou Dost See": William Blake on the Many Faces of Jesus
- @abrahampiper Yahweh as a frustrated deity, much to be pitied! Abraham Piper's insight here, if thought about as a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 months ago
- RT @tbonier: More than 80M votes cast and we're not done yet. Thoughts: - It's too late for an "October surprise" to have a significant imp… 7 months ago
- RT @RachelBitecofer: 1. Want to thank @DanielNewman for using his HUGE platform for this work. I want to clarify what this is. In the voter… 9 months ago
- RT @RachelBitecofer: Tell me again about how old and feeble Joe Biden is??? twitter.com/ProjectLincoln… 10 months ago
- RT @RachelBitecofer: Remember when you had a chance to choose country over party and you chose party @SenatorCollins? Well, @ProjectLincol… 10 months ago
Daily Archives: October 5, 2008
John McCain Did NOT Approve This Message: We Can Arrest the Authoritarian Drift of Our Country. On November 4, We Can Vote Barack Obama President of the United States
Casting Doubt: If John McCain Were Running for President Against JESUS, Here’s the Type of Swiftboat-Style Ad We Might See Against Him
John McCain Swiftboats Jesus!: If Jesus Were Running Against Republican John McCain, This Is The Kind of Ad We’d See
Republican John McCain Says He Wants to “Turn the Page” on All This Economy Talk in The Last Weeks of The Campaign, and Launch Swift-Boat Style Attacks on Barack Obama. Here is Barack Obama’s Retort.
“This Really is An Economic Pearl Harbor”: See Here a Clip of Warren Buffett Characterizing the October 2008 Financial Crisis to Charlie Rose
On September 28, 1838, Darwin picked up Malthus’s essay on population, and realized that it could be applied to animals and plants. Money quote from Darwin’s autobiography: “[I] happened to read for amusement ‘Malthus on Population,’ and being well prepared … Continue reading
See Here John McCain Speaking, in 2000, on Attack Ads: “If All You Run is Negative Attack Ads You Don’t Have a Vision for the Future”
John McCain doesn’t have a vision for the future:
McCain Wants to “Turn the Page” of Our Attention Away from the Financial Crisis?! “We Can’t Afford Another President This Out of Touch,” Says Obama-Biden
As Republican John McCain Tries to Shift Public Focus From the Economy to “Swift Boating” Obama, Is It Simply Damaging McCain’s Brand (Instead of Obama’s)?
Fivethirtyeight.com has an interesting graph that suggests that as Republican John McCain attempts to “swiftboat” Obama with personal attacks, and avoids talking about the issues Americans are worried about (like the economy), that this strategy may be proving itself to be more damaging … Continue reading
Albrecht Durer, Female Objectification, and the Western Male Gaze: An Image of a Man Drawing a Woman Through a Perspectival Frame (1525)
The matter at hand. Are pornography, science, and art born of the same family of impulses—that is, to frame, and thereby comprehend, control, and derive pleasure from, cthonian forces? And is that a bush on his windowsill? And are those two hills … Continue reading
A reader at Andrew Sullivan’s blog raises this question: I just want to ask: can anyone, anyone, imagine Condoleeza Rice or Margaret Thatcher or even Hillary Clinton for God’s sake, winking at the nation and/or being coquettish in any national … Continue reading
Has Opposition to Deregulation Ever Been on John McCain’s Legislative Menu?: “I’ll Try to Find You Some and I’ll Bring Em To Ya,” Said Sarah
We’re still waiting for the list of times John McCain, in his career, voted against deregulation, or supported legislation that would have regulated or policed the financial system more closely:
The “F” Word and Sarah Palin: Is the Authoritarian Anti-Intellectual Politician the Future of the Republican Party? And Could It Lead to an American Brand of Fascism?
Can we be honest here? Sarah Palin’s instincts are authoritarian through and through. And she’s indifferent to, and even impatient with, complexity and intellectual nuance. And what should be alarming about her, she tries to make less so by a … Continue reading