Posts Tagged ‘Slate.com’

Ahmadinejad Named 8th Worst Dictator by Foreign Policy

It doesn‘t make sense, I should fall for the kingcraft of a meritless crown, No, it doesn‘t seem right, To take information, Given at close range, For the gag, And the bind, And the ammunition round Slate.com and Foreign Policy have compiled a list of the Worst Dictators in the World. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is […]

Slate.com Don’t Fire McChrystal, Blame It On The A-A-Alcohol [AND Ash]

Like Keith Olbermann and the Moby Media Group’s Saad Mohseni, Slate’s John Dickerson believes Obama’s firing (or accepting the resignation) of General Stanley McChrystal is ill-advised. Like Saad Mohseni, Dickerson points out that the United States’ Afghanistan strategy is essentially Stanley McChrystal’s Afghanistan strategy and that the General is one of the few American officials […]

Sorry Slate, Islam is NOT Sole Religious Threat in the U.S.

In an article for Slate, Jacob Weisberg asks if United States President Barack Hussein Obama has been too conciliatory towards Islam and not taken a hard enough stance against terrorism purportedly carried out under the guise of Islamic duty. Though Weisberg does do a good job in separating Moderate Muslims from Muslim terrorists, his diction […]

What the Current Health Care System in America Says About the Nation

In a recent article for Newsweek magazine, Jacob Weisberg, compares the healthcare systems of Britain, Japan and the United States in order to explore what each system say’s about the respective nation’s characteristics. It seems America’s system actually goes against America’s own character and has most importantly remained stagnant, as American society has gone through […]

The Internet Pays Tribute to Michael Jackson : The Once and Future King of Pop

You can‘t believe it, you can‘t concieve it And you can‘t touch me, ‘cause I‘m untouchable And I know you hate it, and you can‘t take it You‘ll never break me, ‘cause I‘m unbreakable MTV, BET, The New York Times, VH1, Slate, Mossip, Pretty Much Amazing, Gawker, Billboard, The Huffington Post, and The Superficial all […]