Tyre Nichols’ murdering police officers may have been Black, but the horrible beating and death reveal deep schisms in policing standards and oversight, and a culture of systemic violence.
We take a look at how the extensive Native American land dispossession and population loss happened and what shameful strategies were employed by settlers and the U.S. government.
Corporate price-hiking beyond production costs and decreasing inflation-adjusted wages point to corporate greed as the major cause of inflation.
Supporters of the US Supreme Court reversal of abortion rights cite conservative Christian dogma. However, Rhodora O’s survey of world religions and their practitioners shows that pro-abortion stances are the norm.
Insulin prices have exponentially risen over the last several years and patients cannot afford the rising costs. Big Pharma is benefiting from an industry in which the only party to lose is the patient.
In 1984, two Harvard alumni opened a software retailer in Dallas, Texas, naming it after the world’s first computer scientist Charles Babbage. This company would later become GameStop.
As the world moves towards Web 3.0, can the planet sustain the humungous energy consumption needs of running the internet?
Sexual violence and physical violence are increasingly common in TV and film. What exactly is this doing to our collective psyches?
There is a housing bubble across many countries in the world, including USA and Canada, and experts are saying it’s on its way to a burst.
The US Supreme Court may have refuted Abortion Rights, but a survey of Islamic and Jewish jurisprudence reveals that Abortion Rights permissibility is the norm, rather than the exception.
We all fear robots taking over one day, but how realistic are these fears of technological singularity?
Incel groups date back to 1990s. The term started with a community of people, both men and women, unsuccessful in their attempts to find romantic partners.
Pro-Lifers cite Christianity to explain anti-abortion activism leading up to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. But is that really a Christian stance?
When I feel my children are getting too complacent about the easy blessings of life (even in a pandemic there are many), I sometimes remind them about the children of Palestine. And then together we wonder what the children in Palestine are doing. This is the lunar month of Ramadan, an occasion for month-long spiritual […]
I was looking forward to doing a post on Women’s Month in March, celebrating our achievements in recent years, and reporting on the status of women’s rights both in the USA and globally. But then eight people, including six Asian women, were killed in Atlanta and the wind went out of that idea. Hatred on […]
A Guide on All Matters Related to Short Selling for Readers Looking to Understand What Is Really Going on in the $GME Gamestop Saga.