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“Bucky is a journalist missing the first thirty years of his life. Captain America is straight up in love with his dead doppelganger. And the US government has been infiltrated by a secret organization hell bent on world domination.” [Steve/Bucky]
Marvel  PG13  novel  Bucky.Barnes  Steve.Rogers  Marvel:199999  spoils-CATWS  Marvel:AU  amnesia  action/drama  politics  violence/gore  hidden.identity 
1 hour ago by adevyish
Why the Presidency Can’t Just Go Back to 'Normal' After Trump - POLITICO
Several good government practices are only 50 years old. Now that Trump has demolished them they may well never return.
DonaldTrump  politics  via:reddit 
yesterday by mcherm
Heterosexuality Without Women – BLARB
There’s a lot to look at in this image. At first glance, one sees the anonymity of Norman Rockwell’s mid-century America: the house-unparticular porch, the timelessness of the couple form.
Pocket  politics  queer 
yesterday by j-l-r
Where America’s Fight for Housing Is an All-Out War - The New York Times
"Look at Dougherty’s chapter on the semirural Bay Area suburb of Lafayette. In 2011, it went nuclear over a proposal to build 14 buildings and 315 apartments. The developer, Dennis O’Brien, knew how protectionist Lafayette was; like so many other suburbs and cities within cities (Lakewood, Beverly Hills), Lafayette had incorporated, as Dougherty writes, expressly to “wrest land-use power from the county” — of Contra Costa — “and put a stop to growth.” It worked. While Lafayette’s population more than tripled between 1950 and 1965 (from 5,000 to 19,000), after its incorporation in 1968 it has stayed steady at 25,000. Residents decried O’Brien’s proposed project on the grounds of aesthetics, traffic congestion, protecting the school system and carcinogenic construction dust."
sanfrancisco  housing  politics  history 
yesterday by pacpost
Pamela Hieronymi - Faculty - Department of Philosophy - UCLA
Area of Interest: Ethics, Moral Responsibility and Free Will, Philosophy of Action
education  politics  ethics  moral  philosophy  research  university  california  america 
yesterday by asaltydog
Todd May - Wikipedia
Todd Gifford May is a political philosopher who writes on topics of anarchism, poststructuralism, and post-structuralist anarchism. More recently he has published books on existentialism and moral philosophy.
books  politics  moral  philosophy  existentialism  reference 
yesterday by asaltydog
T. M. Scanlon - Wikipedia
T. M. Scanlon, is an American philosopher.
books  politics  ethics  moral  philosophy  contractualism 
yesterday by asaltydog

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