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Monthly Archives: July 2014
I have been doing some research on cultural appropriation, as it is something that upsets are large number of people, but which I don’t really get. Here are a list of what I would consider informative articles/essays/comics about the topic: … Continue reading
This is strictly a rhetoric post. Two paragraphs from the New York Times, an article about ISIS: Mr. Baghdadi’s ambitions don’t end in Mosul. ISIS has proclaimed nothing less than the re-establishment of the caliphate, that venerable institution of Islamic … Continue reading
But I can’t. Shorter Nichole Aschoff: Yes, the Left has problems with diminishing problems related to race and gender. Now let me tell you why race and gender are not very important.
I’m currently reading Capital in the Twenty-First Century (I’m about halfway through it). It’s written in a very academic style, but is much more interesting than I expected. There is a lot of research synthesized and explained in the book, and r … Continue reading