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Khirbet Khizeh is a study in ambiguity of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
It is nonsensical that those who support free-market economic policy should pretend to reject the system of terror it requires to succeed.
Clint Eastwood’s shoot ’em up is remorseless, racist fantasy.
Danny Cooke’s Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl summons a lost history of familiar and alien dreams.
This Oscar-nominated doc is all about well-meaning Americans—with nothing about the indiscriminate US firepower that destroyed much of the country.
Today, Albert Camus is still alive but changed, thanks to the art of David Oelhoffen and Kamel Daoud.
Killing is not creating, and drawing is not killing. Charlie has the right to draw.
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- The New Thought Police
- New York City Just Outlawed Running Credit Checks on Job Applicants