PERHAPS THE MOST remarkable thing about Adnan Rasheed’s defence of the Malala Yousafzai shooting (putting aside the fact it’s a defence) is how predictable and clichéd a performance it is, beginning with its disingenuous preamble “I’m sorry this happened, but… Read More ›
• Podcast 35 | Week of 24.03.2013 Article of the Week: Why Canada Needs the Sasquatch, Vice Magazine. Download entire podcast (320 kbps mp3).
Idle No More, The Rights of Women, Having a Sense of Humour, Bassem Youssef, Gerda Lerner, Malala Yousafzai, Hugh Hefner, Julian Fantino
• Podcast 025 | Week of 06.01.2013 Download entire podcast (320 kbps mp3).
Podcast 15: Lincoln Alexander, George McGovern, Malala Yousafzai, Drone Strikes, Terry Jones … and more
• Podcast 015 | Week of 21.10.2012 Download entire podcast (320 kbps mp3).
FOR A SHORT time, the writer George Orwell worked in a book store. There he observed the depressing chasm (as he saw it) between what was praised in public versus what was actually sought and read in private.
THERE ARE no words of sufficient force to summarize this week’s attempted murder of fourteen year-old Malala Yousafzai, in the northwest Pakistan city of Mingora. Yet as shocking as this savagery is, there is nothing new about it either: depravity… Read More ›