Breivik's Fundamentalist War on Politics, and Ours

by using the clip from "The Town," it appears that Republican leaders used gratuitous images of mind-crushing violence and retribution as a legitimate, even inspiring, framework for motivating support for legislative practices that will have deleterious, even violent, impacts on vulnerable populations in the United States, especially children. This is not merely barbarism parading as political reform - it is also a blatant indicator of the degree to which ... Full Story »

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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - Aug. 4, 2011

by using the clip from “The Town,” it appears that Republican leaders used gratuitous images of mind-crushing violence and retribution as a legitimate, even ... More »

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Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - Aug. 3, 2011

when reporting on political disputes always implies that both sides are to blame, there is no penalty for extremism.35 More »

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