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Why are we suprised by this former Axis ally in WWII?
SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN FOREIGN POLICY
Adding to the mayhem and pandemonium is the silence of the wealthy Muslim nations...
Space as Cathedral
Earth's inhabitants still suffer from that oedipal thing
AUGUST 1, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
It's time to reevaluate our collective relationship with the Mothership.
☕️ Aaron Stipkovich
I am not categorically liberal or conservative. Every sensible person or subject deserves equal consideration. Any other approach is the epitome of idiocy.
Iraq: Civilian Airstrikes
Dozens Dead, Hundreds Injured in 5 Cities
JULY 24, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
The Iraqi government may be fighting a vicious insurgency, but that
Impossible to Overdress
Why you can never look too good
JANUARY 10, 2014 LOOKS.LOVE IN BEAUTY
It's a very visible barrier that can hinder everything from relationships to career
Not Finished Yet
OCTOBER 28, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
Beyond disinformation, rumors, false presumptions and a lack of knowledge or awareness...
Two Years We Did Not Have
The missed opportunity to prevent the massacre
APRIL 22, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
The Russians are not fools. They do not imagine the danger posed by Chechen radicals.
Is this the best thing or the worst thing I've ever done
FEBRUARY 11, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE
Once you're on their list you never get off
The man who shot and killed Osama bin Laden sat in a wicker chair in my backyard, wondering how he was going to feed his wife and kids or pay for...
#Osama #Shooter #Terrorist #September 11 #Al Queida
The tasty problem of eating in the modern world
OCTOBER 16, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN FOOD AND DRINK
Our current industrial culture is, in some sense, imperative to feeding us all...
WE HAVE SEEN THE FUTURE
The Sparrows Point Steel Mill Is Sold To A Breaker
AUGUST 18, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
At its peak in 1957 it housed 35 separate furnaces and employed 30,000 workers.
In 1887 an engineer named Frederick Wood toured an undeveloped area of land at Sparrows Point east of Baltimore, Maryland and decided it would make an...
#Sparrows Point #Economy #China #Steel #Free Trade
mischief for millions
America, The Lost Shakespearean Tragedy
NOVEMBER 24, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
"And some that smile have in their hearts, I fear, Millions of mischiefs" (Act 4, scene 1, J.C.)
No Kids Allowed!
a nascent social movement turns the tables on the Children
AUGUST 5, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
For too long politicians and society alike have handled the members of this group with kid's gloves.
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