And in any case what is the use of an eccentric opinion, which never can hope to conquer the great agencies of publicity? Bertrand Russell, On Being Modern-minded Democracy and violence have been perceived to be connected since classical times (vide Republic 496c-e). According to S.E. Finer: “The Forum polity is comparatively rare in the … More Voting for Violence by Iftekhar Sayeed
I am accepting submissions for poetry, essays, short stories (fiction or nonfiction), photography or art for our next open access/print journal. I would like to elaborate on this post. All content submitted and if accepted will be published in print (on demand). I will not be sending out free copies however, the digital version will … More Accepting submissions
He throws the faxed court papers down on the metal Starbucks outdoor table after his “Hey, girl!” greeting and quick, but sincere side-hug. “Read this!” He starts inside to get coffee and turns, “What do you want? I’ll buy!” His Southern accent puts an exclamation point at the end of many of his sentences, as … More The Arkansas Fixer by Stacey Margaret Jones
Deconstructing Anna: Why is nobody calling the courtier naked? By Manu Kant Winston Churchill famously said of Russia: “I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest.” Ditto for Anna. Ditto … More Deconstructing Anna: Why Is Nobody Calling The Courtier naked?
Rings that the Rich Wear by Sana Rafiq I am constantly appalled when I happen to read news or hear from media sources that some public figure got engaged and their ring was worth so and so million. How disgusting is that? We must have a global security force or money watchdog that would control … More Rings that the Rich Wear