We operate on the principle that something ought to be done because it is technologically possible.
It turns out that the true nature of love and war are what we’ve lost through the prevalence of irony in modern society, despite our constant desire to have it all.
How do we know if we can trust someone else’s perception of an event?
Halliburton was the largest contractor operating during the Iraq War, representing 52 percent of the total contract value.
As much as Reagan wanted us to think all we had to do was kill another Soviet or Commie and everything would be fine, that’s nothing more than ideology.
The Internet Libertarian believes in freedom. Free markets, free speech, free healthcare. Whoops, not the last one.
The goal shouldn’t be learning how to do tasks; it should be learning to question what tasks are worth doing.