“When I was a boy,” Donat said, “I was afraid of falling into the sky. And you? Were you ever afraid of falling into the sky?” I made no reply. The idea was absurd. No one falls into the sky, and surely even as a child I had sense enough not to fear such a thing.
She always had someone: the strongest one, the man who had slaughtered the most animals. Now the man who had killed the most barren cows slept by her side with his white skin that sparkled by her brown body. He held her in his dreams.
The celebrated philosopher-king of the neoconservatives forging America’s radical new foreign policy was a controversial philosophy professor at the University of Chicago. Leo Strauss, who died in 1973, was little known outside of academic and think-tank circles until this year, but the influence of his ideas has long been felt.
The US presidential race is looking more like a circus every day, an absurd spectacle with Trump masquerading as a strongman in the central ring… but it’s impossible to take his performance seriously. So
Hey Jammers, As we head into fall, there’s been a shift in the tone, the mood and feel of global politics. Cool Fascismo looks at the rise of fascist tendencies all over the world,
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Last week we challenged you to create widespread cognitive dissonance around the world by putting ourEverything Is Fine, Keep Shopping poster up in malls everywhere. Cognitive dissonance is a high tension state between two