Israel's politics are complicated, to say the least. They're also absolutely fascinating. Luckily for those of us who love to discuss elections, one is coming up quite soon, on March 17 to be exact.
It's a question I ask in earnest in response to debate elsewhere on DailyKos. It's an assumption by some, not all, and not me that I feel needs to be further examined.
Do we, people with an ...
One of the key elements of good journalism, is a refusal to create a narrative, and instead simply report accurate facts. That is it. Facts. That is the one, and only objective one should have in ...
Science has shown that there is no god.
No. Just, no. Read the diary on [http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/05/21/1300982/-The-Limits-of-Science the limits of science].
Science also cannot show ...
It all started with a Constitution that allowed slavery to continue unmolested in the Southern states, only limiting the importation of additional slaves after 1808. In addition to requiring the ...
Drug trials in West Africa: Two possibly effective anti-Ebola drugs, plus immune plasma, will be trialed starting in December in West Africa. This is the first time that drug trials will be held ...
Yes a President of Catalonia has been killed by Spain. No it is not Artur Mas, it is not today. But there is a day where Spain killed the President of Catalonia.
This day was October 15, 1940. The ...
To start with, I'm not a doctor. I do have access to medical journals and publications, a lot of practice and history to interpreting them, and an insatiable curiosity bug.
I'm also a hard-core ...
More and more, I'm seeing the theme that "they" are psychopaths and sociopaths. Whoever the current "they" is. You know, politicians, bankers, the 1%, the militias, bullies in general, rapists, ...
Some very new and some not-quite-so-new articles on Ebola. The end of the Nigerian outbreak, Firestone in Liberia controls its outbreak, public health and the law on Ebola issues, getting ...