Monthly Archives: October 2010

Fear As A Political Tactic

A Google search of “the politics of fear” turns up hundreds of articles, books, blogs, video, and mainstream media entries. How does one begin to really gain an understanding of this issue? The global enthusiasm for the Rally to Restore Sanity and … Continue reading

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Rejecting Victimhood: The Women of Occupied Palestine Rise Up

Victim is one of my least favorite words. It symbolizes the weakened and oppressed, it summons pity, and it unconsciously undermines individual power. The word, however, can draw attention to a personal or social plight. But the problem with this, … Continue reading

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