You should be reminded of all the wrong turns we took following 9/11, and you should be worried now. Even if you don’t feel a little discomfort at national glee over human death, you might remember how much these moments [...]
I’ve continued to reflect on the various implications and meanings of the locating and killing of Osama bin Laden. Here’s a preview of my column for Patheos, which will appear in full tomorrow morning:
The scene on Sunday night, from the pictures I saw and the live, on the ground report I gleaned from Twitter, brought [...]
Osama Bin Laden was killed last night. My wife and I were just about to go to bed when one last cursory glance at Facebook and Twitter told me the news. We turned on the television in time to see President Obama finishing his speech, and then it was back to the social networks for [...]
It’s probably foolish to write anything about the death of Osama Bin Laden while his body is still warm, and the vuvuzelas are still sounding at Ground Zero just a few miles from my apartment. But I have to say I’m more than a little alarmed by the flood of exultation washing [...]
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