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London Rioter: Anger at Elites Fueled My Behavior

As new research by the University of Oxford suggests that the 2011 U.K. riots were linked to economic inequality and distrust of police, a contrite rioter-turned-community-organizer writes about the low feelings that drove him to join the aggressive free-for-all.

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Pope Francis Invokes ‘Wife-Beater’s Defense’ Against French Cartoonists?

“One cannot make fun of faith,” Pope Francis said on the day another cartoonist victim of the Charlie Hebdo attacks was buried. “Oh yes, you can,” replied Polly Toynbee in The Guardian.

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Floods Fall, Anger Rises

After the past weeks’ disastrous floods, many in the rural Midwest are looking to the government not with gratitude but animosity. Folks in towns that requested levees back in 1993 were left, paradoxically, high and dry by the Army Corps of Engineers, which required small communities to pay more than $1 million for flood barriers.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008 READ MORE


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Hitchens Asks the $3-Trillion McCain Question

All right, people, it’s high time someone dealt squarely with this question: Does John McCain have anger-management issues? Monday brought word on this potential problem, the Republican Party’s sword of Damocles, from provocateur Christopher Hitchens, who dares to ask “whether [McCain’s] elevator goes all the way to the top.”

Posted on Apr 28, 2008 READ MORE


Conservatives Fuming Over Bush’s Foreign Affairs

Ultra right-wingers at places like the American Enterprise Institute say they are furious at Bush over his apparent timidity on crises in Lebanon, North Korea and Iran.
Hey, if things aren’t going the AEI’s way, it’s gotta be good news.

Posted on Jul 18, 2006 READ MORE



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Cartoon Protests Stoked by Dictators

Don’t believe the hype about homespun religious anger: Middle Eastern leaders stoke religious riots because it makes their secular governments look tame in comparison.

Posted on Feb 9, 2006 READ MORE


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