One man, one vote.
One king, one moat.
[A]n even more frightening political prospect than the [Orwellian] corruption of language is the corruption of information. Language, especially in the age of the Internet, is accessible to everybody. Some … Continue reading The corruption of information by power
Mark Sampson One thing I realized about my people is we got a different sense of time. These may be dark years, but we’ll survive. We always do. You’ve just … Continue reading Mark Sampson on “How You Let Them Win”
“This election is said to have been about rejecting the political establishment. We cannot let that mean rejecting established facts” [Rush Holt, AAAS Chief Executive Officer]. Amen! As a mathematical scientist, my calling is to continue listening and reading – to be a lifelong student of my academic discipline – and then to speak and write the truth as I see it. Although my political dissent may take the form of “speaking truth to power,” my primary obligation is to discernment; to seek truth over falsehood and speak truth to everyone.