Category: Global Affairs
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Turkeys of the Year for those who exemplify silliness & stupidity and Golden Drumsticks for those who exemplify the best traits in our public sphere.
On this Monday before Thanksgiving, which is in the opposite spirit of Harsh Your Mellow Monday, let us pause and reflect…
The former leader of the UK’s Labour Party, who less than a year ago stood for Prime Minister, now finds himself suspended from his own party.
The two-page deal seems more like a list of good intentions, ambiguous promises, and an unspoken hope the hard decision can be delayed.
The poisoning of Russian opposition leader and Putin critic Alexey Navalny was-and you might need to sit down for this-poisoning.
It is the implementation of Brexit upon which contradictions that lay within Britain’s constitutional framework were most apparent
The flawed premises, Trump v Biden, more angst over the anthem, NeverTrump rolling in high cotton-for now, & more in today’s Harsh Your Mellow Monday
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There is no moral equivalency between the United States government and China’s government. But how do we package those differences in a convincing manner?
The following story is meant to be humorous. As far as we know Mike Pence did not, in fact, foil a Jesuit conspiracy.
Every time we do this, folks will insist “This is the moment…” that everything is going to be different. God I hope it is. I pray it is. I doubt it is.
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end of the week tradition brings you items to read, share, and discuss from around the web, from culture, to politics, to that Joe Biden interview everyone will be talking about.