Social media has been abuzz with rumors about who will be in the new line-up, particularly as the obnoxiously douchey yet lovable “Sting”, originally portrayed by the British lute player Gordon Sumner.
In case you’re a fan, don’t worry: Tintin never was a concentration camp guard, nor did he work for the Vichy Government. But we didn’t pull this one on you just for shits and giggles, either.
Our present political reality suffers from shitty writing.
A previously unseen Tintin story depicts its hero as a Nazi collaborator in occupied Belgium.
As ideologies go, the lasting appeal of liberalism is in its remarkable flexibility — it can mean anything and nothing.
Breivik was declared “not criminally insane”, fit to stand trial, and convicted. His stated motive: to oppose “cultural Marxism” and Islam, and to bring attention to his far-right militant political manifesto. But is Breivik a terrorist?
• Ethnic tensions escalate in country marred by history of vote rigging
On Sunday, the @HillaryClinton Twitter account vomited two bizarre flowcharts (or something), prompting Corey Robin to pose the question: “What the fuck does all this even mean?” This is the same question I asked in my last blog post about Clinton’s plan to defeat ISIS […]
When Hillary Clinton outlined her strategy for combating ISIS in a speech last November, one sentence stood out for me: “But we have learned that we can score victories over terrorist leaders and networks, only to face metastasizing threats down the road, so we also have to play and win the long game.”