Deconstructing the mob behaviour of the riots following the Vancouver Canucks loss tells us a lot about who we are as humans — the good, the bad, and the very, very ugly.
Osama Bin Laden is dead — and just as his life has caused us to ask some big questions, so too has his death.
Bolivia is about to pass the world’s first laws granting all Mother Nature equal rights with human beings. According to The Guardian, “The Law of Mother Earth, now agreed by politicians and grassroots social groups, redefines the country’s rich mineral deposits as “blessings” and is expected to lead to radical new conservation and social measures to reduce pollution and control industry”.
We like to think our planet is stable, but as the recent earthquakes and tsunamis remind us, we are fragile beings on an unpredictable planet.
Kerry Slavens interviews Michael Lebowitz — runner, photographer, diner philosopher and author of the diary series “Tarmac Meditations”.
Egypt, a country that has given the world so much in terms of ideas, art, science, medicine, philosophy and spirituality, has been given its greatest wish — President Hosni Mubarak has agreed to step down. We wish for the people of Egypt an end to poverty and abuse — and a new era of peace and understanding.
Everyone is buzzing about a crass tweet by fashion designer Kenneth Cole who used the protests in Egypt to promote his new collection.
A 19 year old son from a gay marriage speaks out for lesbian and gay civil liberties — and his two moms — as Iowa votes to ban gay marriage.
A revolution in Egypt has been a long time coming, but its time has come.