What could be better for a corporation than an imprisoned imprisoned consumer base that has no other choice but to use their services?
Elmer: Discrimination Through the Eyes of a Chicken
Atkinson is curiously good at this trick: every book of hers plays interesting games with the current cultural idea about what romantic love is, and what its actual importance might be in real people’s lives.
The “American Dream” that Bob Dylan talks about is not one of rebellion and high quality living–it is the loss of democratic rights in the name of corporatism.
What is unclear is the extent to which If You Are The One’s hype comes from a disenchantment with Western recycled models of heterosexual romance, and the extent to which viewers are recycling a fascination with China and the foreign as strange.
It is fairly evident to some as to why hosting this event on the site of a former plantation is was not exactly the most “feminist” idea.
Without a freeze on settlement expansion, there is no hope for lasting peace.
Last Tuesday, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced that Hellenic Radio and Television (ERT)—Greece’s only public television and radio station, and national equivalent to the BBC—would be shut down, taking with it more than 2,600 public sector jobs and, though the ERT was far from free and uncensored, one of the last semblances of democracy …
Emily Lindin is a blogger who has been posting her 6th grade diary entries online every day. A couple of months into the entries, her 11-year-old self lies on her parents’ bed and tries to think of ways to kill herself. She’s just been dumped – not for the first time – by “Zach,” and …
“It wasn’t the City of David that changed things,” he tells me. “It was the settlers.”