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By Matt O’Brien October 18, 2014 Source: Data from Richard Reeves and Isabel Sawhill America is the land of opportunity, just for some more than others. That’s because, in large part, inequality starts in the crib. Rich parents can afford to spend more time and money on their kids, and that gap has only grown the […]
I was born in 1954, and until now I would have said that the late 1960s was the greatest period of political convulsion I have lived through. Yet for all that the Vietnam War and the civil rights struggle changed American culture and reshaped political parties, in retrospect those wild storms look like […]
“Millions Around the World Fleeing from Neoliberal Policy”, The Real News Network, June 6, 2016. Michael Hudson Economist Michael Hudson says neoliberal policy will pressure U.S. citizens to emigrate, just as it caused millions to leave Russia, the Baltic States, and now Greece in search of a better life.
April 24, 2015 Doug Enaa Greene On April 12, 2015 the wildly popular Game of Thrones returned to HBO for a fifth season. No doubt, this season, like all the others, will break ratings records and encourage endless speculation and debate by fans. The television series, based on a projected seven novel series A Song of Ice and […]
A PUZZLE ABOUT METAPHILOSOPHY by Scott F. Aikin and Robert B. Talisse
Rowland Manthorpe examines the growing popularity of stoicism
nationalinterest.org TODAY THE practice as well as the theory of foreign policy is divided between the traditions of liberalism and realism (or realpolitik). Ever since the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, international politics has been influenced by the discourse of “human rights,” rooted in the tradition of natural-rights philosophy that dates back […]
Ambassador of Russia attended transferring Russian arms and ammunitions to Iraqi Kurdistan for fighting terrorism
BBC The Danish parliament will vote on Tuesday on a highly controversial proposal to confiscate asylum seekers’ valuables to pay for their upkeep.
ΣΤΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ ΕΔΩ US academic says Turkish president – who has condemned leftwing critics for ignorance – has been aiding Isis, which he blamed for bomb attack on Istanbul