War on Drugs: The Masquerade (Part II of III)
They did two things. The first, very commonly known thing they did ... I would like to quote a post by Tirge Caps, as it summarizes the point quite well. I hope he doesn't mind. I don't recall coming across Negroponte's name as much with cocaine ...
Is the ban on the veil justified?
There are two ways of looking at it. First ... it is necessary for women to cover their faces with a veil in public. From the points of view of such persons, they are bound to be dressed in a given manner and have no choice in the matter.
What books to assign to a group of inmate-students?
Their personal access points, interconnectivity and interface ... “along with the whole world they inhabit.” Naaah. "The Stranger": Too strange. I wouldn’t be able to explain Albert Camus’ thinking, the defendant’s indifference, or whatever ...
Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: the Mystery of the Stranger on the Stage
I called upon 1600B Pennsylvania Avenue just after dawn, and was enjoying a bite of toast and coffee when Mr. Barack Obama came into the room. "Ah, Biden," he said, walking briskly across the eagle at the center of the carpet. "Here. See what you make of ...
The Plan 1, Camus 0
Yet another reason we love the guy: You don't see George Bush showing up at book-signing events with Albert Camus. The Man Without a Language: Far from improving his SAT score, a month of reading Camus seems to have left George Bush more linguistically ...