A tongue-in-cheek installment of a documentary portrait series features a feline New Yorker.
One of the great problems of Mexico is taken to the extreme nationalism that reveals a deep inferiority complex.
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"Photograph of President William J. Clinton Attending the Swearing-In of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Associate Supreme Court Justice, 08/10/1993"
The second woman on the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was sworn in as an Associate Justice 20 years ago.
President Obama wants to swing his drug czar into a new role guarding the nation’s borders, a move that would create a vacancy in the office that sets the federal government’s drug policies. On Friday, Obama nominated Gil Kerlikowske to head U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), which oversees…
A thought experiment illustrating the strangeness of expecting Edward Snowden to be returned to us.
When we talk about sustainability and going green it’s kind of this mechanistic thing. ‘Yeah, let’s just switch to this different pattern of consumption and fundamentally we’ll live the same crappy lives. We’ll have the same vacuous relationships with each other.’
It happens, sometimes,
that things are too much.
I get that.
What I don’t get is:
how one barrels through.
Where does that strength come from?
How is it fed?
And if it doesn’t appear on command,
how does one hold on, waiting?
Everything is collapsing.
By definition, that means:
nothing remains to be held.
The disconnect between Republicans’ stance on immigration and the views of their base shows just how beholden elected Republicans have become to the Tea Party, which has come to wield influence over lawmakers far out of proportion with its numbers and ability to sway elections.