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Finally, Rick Santorum says something I can agree with. Concerning the right-wing base of the Republican Party, he recently said the following: We will never have the elite, smart people on our side, . . . Santorum’s explanation for this? “[B]ecause … Continue reading
Marx was right. Religion is an opiate. But Sophocles was right as well. In the furnace of this world, it’s understandable if, Oedipus-like, a person avoids too naked and persistent a confrontation with the world by plucking out her eyes. … Continue reading
Former New York Times war correspondent, Chris Hedges, has, over the past couple of years, taken on the mantle of a secular prophet—an emperor has no clothes truthteller—writing scathing (and I think powerful) books and essays documenting the messes that we find ourselves … Continue reading
In response to its Latino targeting anti-immigration law, honors students from outside of Arizona are ditching their plans of attending Arizona State University. This today at Inside Higher Ed: President Robert E. Shelton released a letter in which he said: “We … Continue reading
I thought that the below Amazon review of Michael Hyde’s The Life-Giving Gift of Acknowledgment (Purdue 2005), in its unironic anti-intellectuality and impatience with anything not conventionally “normal,” inadvertently channelled Sarah Palin. It was as if the person had accidentally walked into the … Continue reading
It doesn’t embed, but I think that this Reinhold Niebuhr interview with Mike Wallace in 1958 is interesting: http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/multimedia/video/2008/wallace/niebuhr_reinhold.html
Here’s a novel idea. How about acting as if intelligence and experience actually matters in staffing the people around the president? Unlike President Bush, Barack Obama is intellectually confident and won’t mind having super smart people (like himself) surrounding him. Jacob Weisberg, … Continue reading