March 8th is the real May Day.
Liberal feminism is low hanging fruit for any competent critic. It’s been criticized ad nauseum. Will yet another book add anything substantially new to the “to be read” pile? It is doubtful. It would be another matter to bring a critical torch to bear on the current post-liberal feminist orthodoxy: intersectionality. It needs to be torched. But this would require more courage and ingenuity than is need to bash the liberal women of the second wave. Unlike the critique of liberal feminism, there are no well-worn grooves in which to slot an argument.
High citation counts are more rewarding than a seat on Oprah’s couch.
Mr Trump is angry at Fox News again. It’s Donald Trump vs Rove News. Battle of the bottom-feeders.
Right-wing Republicans are planning to boycott the Pope’s speech in Congress because of his stance on climate change. The Pope’s call for Republicans to act on climate change is equivalent to Reagan telling Gorby to tear down that wall.
You put a lot of thought into your non sequitur: my reply to anyone who disagrees with me.
Trump/Palin 2016 is in the offing. If it brings Tina Fey back to SNL, I’m all for it.
What Mr Trump’s campaign reveals is the base character of the Republican Party’s voter base.
University cops are often drawn from the Paul Blart segment of the population.
Conservatives have gained control over the AP American History curriculum. I’m glad I took AP European History.
So after countless versions over 20 years, Microsoft got a few things right. Like Soviet Five Year Plans, MS really doesn’t need to use numbers.
I’m all in for the next president Clinton, but FDR? Even if he gave a fine speech, no one remembers him, not even boomers.
Jeb! Bush announced his candidacy, saying “I will run to win.” What an unusual sentiment.
Intellectuals and writers can’t compete with TV, film, and sporting celebrities. Even politicians rank higher than the intelligentsia (a true disaster for humanity) because they have also taken on the trappings of celebrity. The slow culture of the life of the mind is no match for the fast culture of the digital era.
The sacking of Nobel Laureate Tim Hunt is being blamed on feminists. It is true that without feminism, Mr Hunt would have been unable to give a talk on “Women in science.”
A posh accent signifies more than class to the American ear. It also resonates the excellence of intellect, manifest in prose and poetry; it conjures a vision of Oxbridge in the days when gentlemen scholars wore cap and gown while pondering the mysteries, and Virginia Woolf was consigned to the gravel path.
Russell Brand’s advice to not vote appears to have paid off for the Conservative Party.
Centuries from now, the Shroud of Messi will be put on display by the Vatican.
Re Biker gangland in Waco: like other post-colonial societies, the US has a problem with civil violence.
By rejecting an immigration cap, Switzerland remains one of the most civilized nations on earth.
Desperate times breed desperate acts, hence, the Black Friday scrums. At least people weren’t rolling around on the floor in hopes of drawing a red card.
According to the WWF, the “number of wild animals on Earth has halved in the past 40 years.” And yet, the survival of the urban pigeon continues unabated.
In light of recent turmoil over pay raises, I say unto my brethren: In late capitalism, Dickensian pay packages are the norm for the labouring, academic classes.
No one lies when they swear on a bible.