There's a frustrating tendency among foreign "anti-war leftists" to accept the official Russian narrative ("we didn't wanna vaporise 4-y.o. girls with Downs syndrome but they forced us") than what anti-war voices on the ground (i.e. Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian) actually say. It's telling how Britain's Stop The War's get-together on...
Here's a thought experiment. After a night of insobriety, Person A is drunk driving home from the bar, and makes it home safely. Person B has a similar experience and is also driving home drunk, but hits someone on the way home. They both arrive home. How should you (or society) deal with them?
Niko Vorobyov is a formerly-imprisoned Russian-British freelance journalist and author of the book Dopeworld. You can follow him on Twitter @Narco_Polo420
This is it! Today, people worldwide were treated to the first images acquired by James Webb! After years of delays, we are finally seeing the sharpest images of the Universe taken by the most powerful telescope ever deployed. The world was given a sneak peek yesterday when President Biden, VP Kamala Harris, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, and...
If you encounter/read a lot of (most likely pointless) arguments online or in real life, you may have noticed a certain fallacy that (at least for me) seems to come up frequently.
You're probably familiar with the word "hypocrisy" or "hypocritical". It is a concept seen as negative (you don't really hear "hypocrite" being used as a compliment) and might come up in television dramas, celebrity drama, or politics. An easy way to describe it is when someone's actions don't match their advice. That seems to justify why it's bad:...
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