Following the example of J. Clifford, I traveled through the neighborhood of Little Mogadishu in Minneapolis, Minnesota last night. Readers of Irregular Times have repeatedly told us that this neighborhood is a terribly dangerous place, filled with Muslim radicals aligned with the Islamic State, intent
While fewer and fewer Americans say they have a religion… … the Republican Party is increasingly focused on using the language of religion. In this regard, the Republican Party is driving itself to unrepresentative extremes Sources: General Social Survey and the American Presidency Project at
Go ahead and be as radical as you like. Radicalism isn’t the problem. Thoughts don’t hurt people. Behaviors do, and the act of confronting violence by people whose ideology you share may be the most radical behavior you’re capable of.