In alternate-history science fiction story, the Axis won the Second World War.
Native people and those struggling in poverty are done a great disservice by DiCaprio and others who trot out tired wrongheaded clichés about capitalism.
When the only thing standing between the poet and the rats is a few lines of verse, a little cold cash might be nice.
Spider-Man accepted a moral obligation to use his powers to help people. Does Jessica feel the same way?
Issues of automation and centralization raise serious concerns about government overreach and the unprecedented rise in state power.
Toronto-based Artbomb is an online art auction that receives zero government funding and is thriving across Canada.
In Spectre, current concerns about the surveillance state are brought to the fore.
From Plato to Tolkien to Acton, we’ve been told that power corrupts, and that its appeal is especially strong to those already prone to corruption.
In an old episode of South Park, Eric Cartman is “deputized” then rides around town on his Big Wheel beating people with a police baton in response to what he perceives as violations of the law, or those who fail to respect his authority as a law enforcement officer.
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