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To celebrate July 4th, the Weeklings Editorial Board brings you an in-depth look at the least acceptable among us. Today’s contender: Matthew Specktor Continue reading
Mel Gibson as symbol—a carefully constructed image of heroism and virtue undermined by a poorly concealed ugliness—is America. Not as we like to see ourselves, but as we truly are—primitive, bigoted, enthralled by superstitions, waving our flags in the blind certainty that we are the greatest race of beings that ever erected a colonnade or scribbled guidelines on a spool of parchment.
Joanna Schroeder calls out anti-vaccination mouthpiece and calculated repudiator of science, Miss Jenny McCarthy
Peter Mountford wrestles around with young scions and dueling boy wonders, Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge.
If we are in the midst of the sixth extinction, we can credit the Department of Wildlife Services for hastening our fate. Responsible for the deaths of some four million wild creatures a year, this government agency has been in business of “wildlife damage management” since 1895. Yet it flies under the radar, killing animals with impunity.
What is the difference between West Baltimore and Western Pakistan? Drones and American policing at home? Jennifer Kabat on Obama and his “signature strike.”