Becoming Hezbollah’s Air Force
Why Isn't Congress Debating Our Attack on Islamic State the Way the U.K. Parliament Is?
Get Ready for Yom Kippur With This List of Political Sins
CDC: First Person to Test Positive for Ebola in U.S. Is in Dallas
Truthdigger of the Week: Jacob George
sign up to get updates
By Barbara Ehrenreich $15.64
By Juan Cole $25.60
The world’s dispossessed have always made sense of their troubles and eased their sorrows through music. The Internet lets them do it across borders and cultures.
In a famous lament written at the height of the Thatcher years, the English musician expressed a desire to live long enough to see the brutal British leader die so he could one day “stand on [her] grave and tramp the dirt down.”
View the most popular tags overall?
Throughout history, the banning of
books has been an attempt to control
people’s thoughts and ideas.
At Truthdig, we invite you to
celebrate your freedom to choose.