Whose Side Are You On?
Borders And Allegiances (Critical Thinking on Memorial Day)
Here goes AleXander Hirka again—flogging that anti-war horse. You’d think by now he’d know that while he imagines all the people living life in peace, that there is an excitement, a romance, perhaps a testosterone necessity to this organized violence that makes war a force that gives people meaning.
But so be it. With his…