Category Archives: The Right’s Challange
by Joe Scarry December 6, 2015 — This week, American Jews are participating in a series of nationally coordinated actions against Islamophobia and racism to mark the eight days of Chanukah with a rekindling of their commitment to justice. (See … Continue reading
by Joe Scarry I was shocked by this sentence in The New York Times four years ago: “The Pentagon has now told the public, for the first time, precisely how many nuclear weapons the United States has in its arsenal: 5,113. … Continue reading
By Bill Wedin What a joyous Christmas season for all these Syrian Christians! With young, white-bearded Santas, just back from battling Muslim terrorists, blowing their shiny trumpets and banging their brightly-colored drums, while Christ’s beloved, brown-eyed children are so filled … Continue reading
Tommy Raskin interviews Ralph Nader about American militarism and antiwar politics. The Center for Study of Responsive Law created this video in affiliation with the Amherst Political Union.
by Joe Scarry Today we observe Indigenous Peoples Day (heretofore “Columbus Day”). I wish that today I could point to some full-blown writing and activism that I have already done about Indigenous Peoples. The truth is that I have some … Continue reading
by Joey King Today is Friday August 21, 2015, and history is being made. Two females will become the first of their gender to graduate from the US Army’s elite Ranger School. Coincidently, I graduated Ranger School almost exactly 30 … Continue reading
by Joe Scarry If you are like me, you breathe a little sigh of relief every time you see some big New Media guru admit that no one really understands how Twitter works. I spend a lot of time on … Continue reading