Enemies of the People: The New York Times: “ON Feb. 15, 1937, Eugenia Ginzburg – a teacher, a writer for the newspaper Red Tartary, a loyal Communist and the wife of a Kazan Party Secretary – was arrested by the N.K.V.D., as Stalin’s secret police
Last year, the government of Syria wasn’t on acceptable evil. The Syrian government had been caught using chemical weapons on it’s own people. The bloodshed had to stop. The United States military had to become involved. Such was the moral certainty of the time. In
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year, will Americans contemplate King’s ideas about understanding those who contend against us, or will we continue to believe that our nation’s basic weakness is a failure to conduct full body scans of all travelers?