The Complicated Legacy of E. O. Wilson Scientific American
With the death of biologist E. O. Wilson on Sunday, I find myself again reflecting on the complicated legacies of scientists whose works are built on racist ideas and how these ideas came to define our understanding of the world.
Four Western provocations that led to U.S.-Russia crisis today Responsible Statecraft
Our Broken Electoral System Created the Capitol Riot Osita Nwanevu, NYTimes
The structural advantages that conservatives enjoy in our electoral system are well known. Twice already this young century, the Republican Party has won the Electoral College and thus the presidency while losing the popular vote. Republicans in the Senate haven’t represented a majority of Americans since the 1990s, yet they’ve controlled the chamber for roughly half of the past 20 years. In 2012 the party managed to take control of the House even though Democrats won more votes.
The former trade adviser discusses how he briefed Trump on election fraud and helped hatch a scheme to block the vote certification on Jan. 6. “There were over 100 congressmen ready to implement the plan,” Navarro says
JFK Revisited: Oliver Stone and the New JFK Fact Pattern Jefferson Morley
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