Into the Cannibal's Pot:
Lessons for America from
Post-Apartheid South Africa
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The Elephant In the Courtroom
Finally, media other than yours truly mentions, if fleetingly, the elephant in the Pistorius courtroom: unidirectional, black-on-black and black-on-white violent crime. Examined in depth and at length in Into the Cannibal’s Pot, crime, and the fear of being butchered, was likely behind the blade runner’s irrational, irresponsible actions. “[F]or all his privilege, Oscar Pistorius knows [...Read On]
Morality And Religion
On this Good Friday and Passover, it is worth remembering George Washington’s message on morality and religion, in his 1796 Farewell Address. “Washington—in light of the dreadful events which had occurred in Revolutionary France—wished to dispel for good any notion that America was a secular state. It was a government of laws but also of [...Read On]
Obama’s Idea Of Transparency: Sharing YOUR Information
“How would you grade this administration, compared to others, when it comes to its relationship with the media?” The question was posed to New York Times editor Jill Abramson by Al Jazeera America. Abramson replied: Well, I would slightly like to interpret the question as “How secretive is this White House?” which I think is [...Read On]
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