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There Is No Radical Christianity That Compares to Radical Islam

US Politics / Conservative : NRO: The Corner

One of the persistent fallacies that emerges from the left side of the political spectrum after really any sort of mass atrocity, regardless of who perpetrated it or why, is that there is some sort of equivalence between violence in...

TV: Babylon 5: “Confessions And Lamentations”/“Divided Loyalties”

Entertainment / Television : The A.V. Club - TV

“Confessions And Lamentations” (season two, episode 18; originally aired 5/25/1995) They failed. I've described Babylon 5 as a transitional series many times over the course of these reviews, usually to help explain why it's relativ...

Sheldon Richman on the $15 Minimum Wage Movement

News : Reason

How can you tell an American progressive from an American radical? A progressive laments the condition of working people and proposes to further empower the government. A radical laments the condition of working people and proposes ...

Christine Angot’s ‘Incest’ Is a Radical Act of Confession

Entertainment / Books : The Millions

Mid-way through Christine Angot’s pioneering, genre-bending novel, Incest—originally published to shock and acclaim in France in 1999 and newly translated into English by Tess Lewis—Angot’s lover laments, “I think of love and I feel...

Nicholas Kristof: Of Course Progressives Believe In Diversity, Well, Except For “Conservative” Diversity…

US Politics / Conservative : Patterico's Pontifications

[guest post by Dana] Nicholas Kristof has an eye-opening piece at the New York Times titled A Confession of Liberal Intolerance. In his op-ed, he both admits to and laments an undeniable sort of discrimination at our institutions of...

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