The answer is repetition, and that says something about reliance on what we all “know” to be true. More than three years ago, a man named Prahlad Jani who claimed to have lived for 70 years without food or water became the center of a
The Secular Coalition is bragging about its success in convincing Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee to sign this year’s Day Of Reason Declaration. Something about the idea of a Declaration of a Day of Reason, however, strikes me as not very well-reasoned. For one thing,
If we Americans can’t bring our addiction to the thrill of terror under control, our liberty may well die at our own hands, as we slouch into a collective identity of paranoid delusion.