"Objectivity must be that peculiar delusion that one might have an observation without an observer. Olbermann avoids this delusion by being up front about his perspective by explicitly including himself as part of his observation. I believe the only…"
"Americans are chameleons. Always have been. She describes not cultural appropriation, but mimicry. Sure, the chameleon can assume the color of a concrete wall, but that doesn't make them concrete or wall. I can imagine the wall shrugging,…"