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Disgrace for a country: seven homosexual U.S. ambassadors pushing homosexual agenda imperialism

From CNS News:

The homosexual crusade continues, now intensifying on the international front. Liberals have started to mix their noxious LGBT agenda into international politics, and to go full throttle on their homosexuality imperialism efforts. 374 more words


The modern Western democratic system: now that I have understood it all

Once upon a time, I was told I lived in a thing called a country. It had a flag and an anthem and its own symbolic colors. 1,184 more words

Cultural Hegemony

Jews and their declining numbers due to intermarriage and secularization - a comment questioning what's good about Jewishness/Judaism? What does "Jewish" mean today?

I came upon this article in the New Haven Register in the form of an answer to a man asking why a number of Jews see Jews intermarrying and “ceasing” to be Jews such a threat and such a problem. 679 more words

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Alpha, Bravo, Charlie (1998) and Khuda Ke Liye (2007): a critical review

The Pakistani film industry is experiencing a come back riding the tide of globalisation and media liberalisation. It is the contention of this essay that one important impact of changing political times and indeed turmoil has been on Pakistani culture. 3,121 more words

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The Not-So-Hidden Curriculum


According the Louis Althusser (1970), capitalism is supported by two levels of state apparatus. ┬áThe first kind, he argues, functions by violence and hence refers to these institutions as ‘ 1,301 more words


Some nice exchanges on the SSM farce in the United States - from a Volokh thread


Ilya Somin continues with this ridiculous and farcical “sex discrimination” argument. And he’s not the only one. How can these people even get a job, let alone keep one in any institution that thinks of calling itself a higher education body? 2,799 more words


NPR: Montana Offers A Boost To Native Language Immersion Programs

This is exciting. But the question remains: can fluency and indigenous society really be remedied by a school program? (For at least one teenager in the story, yes!) Or, is it too little, too late? 177 more words

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