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The end of history never actually occurred, Well the end of the “era” that Fukuyama had mentioned was on the verge of occurring never happened. History, it seems, had a mind of its own. So to explain his view of … Continue reading
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My post up at The Forward: Years ago, I came to the conclusion that, as a Jew, I am religiously homeless. While I am not very observant, I feel very Jewish — I just don’t perform all the rituals … Continue reading
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Defined: causing or evoking pity, sympathetic sadness, sorrow, etc.; affecting or moving the emotions. pertaining to or caused by the emotions. miserably or contemptibly inadequate Truth is that the word pathetic elicits some additional feelings other than explained in the official definition. While, it is possible that the word can invoke some sympathy for people, more likely than not, the … Continue reading
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You may have heard of Jonah Goldberg. He is a commentator on several Fox News programs, and a senior editor at the conservative National Review, with a widely read nationally syndicated column. He has written several best sellers, including the … Continue reading
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Abject: 1.utterly hopeless, miserable, humiliating, or wretched. 2.contemptible; despicable; base-spirited. 3.shamelessly servile; slavish. Incredulous skeptical; indicating or showing unbelief Stupidity beyond ignorant; dumbass; uneducated; lack of good sense or judgement In other words: A state of human existence indicating a “Hopeless … Continue reading
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Much has been written about honor lately, most of it negative. Western society sees the concept of honor and they immediately prescribe “honor murders,” and the implications of a patriarchal society. The idea that a female, simply because of her … Continue reading
Tagged alienation, belief system, Congress, contract between state and the governed, DACA, Declaration of Independence, disability rights, Executive Agreement, Executive Order, honor, honor murder, international politics, Iran Deal, law, marginalized persons, Trump, US history