Fool Me Twice: What Bombing Syria Means For Our Democracy

There is one notable difference in this year’s attack – the sources of dissent. Continue reading Fool Me Twice: What Bombing Syria Means For Our Democracy

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Blood At The Root: Liberalism’s New Scramble For Africa

The most destructive tendril of twenty-first century racism is even worse than mass policing or ghettoization – it is a complete indifference to the globally unparalleled violence our country is committing against millions of black Africans. Continue reading Blood At The Root: Liberalism’s New Scramble For Africa

Becoming Death, Destroyer Of Worlds: The Theology Of Extermination

Donald Trump, like the generations of rulers before him, is delirious with the concept of his own god-like power.  He has confused his functional divinity with immortality, but he will find himself as vulnerable as the rest of us when the self-consuming idolatry he hides behind has vanished in the mushroom cloud. Continue reading Becoming Death, Destroyer Of Worlds: The Theology Of Extermination

No Thanks, Obama: Deifying The President Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s Dangerous

Much has been made by the left over the dangers of “normalizing” a Trump presidency, with the implication that what is normal is acceptable. Nostalgia for the Obama regime, with its fraud, its mass deportations, and its global terrorism, will cripple any attempt to fight against Trump for a just world. Continue reading No Thanks, Obama: Deifying The President Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s Dangerous

False Gods, Real Men: A Tribute To The Revolutionary Life of Daniel Berrigan

Daniel Berrigan’s entire life was dedicated not only to faith-based pacifism, but to a revolutionary pacifism that screamed against the imperial state and its many engines of injustice with a self-sacrificing militancy of compassion for human beings and the world that was impossible to ignore. Continue reading False Gods, Real Men: A Tribute To The Revolutionary Life of Daniel Berrigan

After Brussels: We Can’t Stop Terrorism Until We Stop Engaging In It

The people of revisionist Middle Eastern states have been devastated by the massive war crimes of Western nations, and have been left with no viable options for relief. As long as this is the case, there is no way to reasonably expect an end to terrorist attacks in the West and radical Islamist militants in the Middle East. Continue reading After Brussels: We Can’t Stop Terrorism Until We Stop Engaging In It