Boredom is one of the most common human experiences, yet it seems continually to defy complete understanding. We all know what it is to feel bored, but what exactly prompts, constitutes, or follows from the condition of boredom is far less obvious.
Archives for July 8, 2019
Zionists taking it upon themselves to try to defend Israel’s crimes against the Palestinian people frequently level the charge that its critics are attempting to “delegitimize” the self-described “Jewish state”. Israel, they counter, has a “right to exist”. But they are mistaken.
While attention has been focused on the Democratic debate—in which most contenders are pushing progressive policies—congressional Democrats have moved in the opposite direction.
The presidential campaign announcements may not be over yet—with the latest potentially coming from a person who’d ruled out a run just a few months ago.
Is President Trump planning to make good on his longtime promise of a “full” and “complete” US troop withdrawal from Syria before the end of his first term? Recent diplomatic maneuvering suggests so, with new reports that US officials have requested that NATO ally Germany send troops to Syria to fil