Who Owns the Water?

Although water covers two-thirds of the planet’s surface, only 3% of all water is safe for human consumption. Access to clean, safe water has always been vital for people. With increasing population and pollution, the prospect of water shortages is […]

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Blackstone's Ratio

Blackstone’s Ratio

    Blackstone’s Ratio “Better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.” – William Blackstone Blackstone was an 18th century British lawyer, judge, and member of parliament. He was conservative both politically and morally, seeing morals and […]

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Dr. Brian May on Society

Dr. Brian May on Society

Dr. Brian May on Society “I’m outraged that the country is so riddled with privilege, corruption, and inequality. To me, this is not being a decent society. This is not a big society. This is a selfish society ruled by […]

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Adjuncts

Academia’s Underclass

Academia’s underclass is real, and I am not referring to freshmen and sophomores. Of course, it has to be a foreign publication that carries this story because the American corporate media will not talk about this issue. Please take a […]

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George Bernard Shaw On Censorship

George Bernard Shaw On Censorship “All censorships exist to prevent anyone from challenging current conceptions and existing institutions. All progress is initiated by challenging current conceptions, and executed by supplanting existing institutions. Consequently, the first condition of progress is the […]

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