Monthly Archives: April 2015
I call it the Reagan Counter-Revolution.
Post-1965 immigration policy created a de-facto “guest worker” program for Mexican migrants. And the United States treats its second-class workers even less hospitably than it treats its first.
Let’s keep it so I can keep looking at my pretty face in the mirror every morning.
The philosopher exemplified the utility of truth tables in an argument about how God and Evil can co-exist.
I see that I might stamp it out with my next step. There is the upsurge of negation which is our being.
The vehicles and roads, departures and arrivals, travelers and wanderers, writers and reporters, pavers and preservers are many.
Like the difference between harassment and flirting, the difference between offensive and funny comes down to reciprocity.
It depends, at least in part, on how well you’ve been sleeping.
One has to wonder if the appeal of Thich Nhat Hanh and the Dalai Lama in the West is based upon the confidence that neither Vietnam nor Tibet will be contending for political-economic dominance anytime soon.
You don’t talk about how much you earn in polite society. You don’t talk about how much discrimination you’ve faced either.