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Here Is What's Missing From The Khawlah Noman Coverage

  • Ben Hayward
  • Jan 16, 2018 11:05AM

When a country swallows a story about a hate crime without any corroborating evidence or investigation, that has to be symptomatic of a larger problem.

Don't Punch Nazis, Don't Slap Sex Offenders

  • Ben Hayward
  • Jan 11, 2018 3:22PM

The notion that they “deserve” what is coming to them is the worst kind of false equivalency.

Civil War In South Sudan Is Bleak And Underreported

  • Ben Hayward
  • Jan 10, 2018 1:04PM

The civil war in South Sudan has been raging since 2013, yet despite its horrific nature has failed to grab the attention and support of the global community in any meaningful way.  

Why We Know Joe Arpaio Would Make A Terrible Senator

  • Ben Hayward
  • Jan 9, 2018 6:02PM

As if to prove the tired axiom about the wicked taking no rest, former Maricopa County and “America’s Toughest” Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced he will run for Senate in Arizona.

Iran's Regime Shows No Sign Of Stopping

  • Ben Hayward
  • Jan 5, 2018 3:12PM

Though the Revolutionary Guards have declared the "sedition" over, core questions about the future of the regime remain unanswered. 

May Will Likely Win Election, Despite A Bad Campaign

  • Ben Hayward
  • Jun 6, 2017 3:44PM

Given the seismic shifts in national character and external threats, the political future of the UK is anything but certain.

Will Trump Ever Make Up His Mind About Trade?

  • Ben Hayward
  • May 16, 2017 1:04PM

Trump talks a big game on NAFTA and trade with China but he continues to pass off inaction as achievement.

The Short-Sighted Criticisms Of Millennials

  • Ben Hayward
  • May 10, 2017 3:49PM

Criticism of millennials has become the refuge of every monthly magazine without a cover story and every person reaching the threshold of age where people under thirty start to annoy them.

The Symbolic Value of Emmanuel Macron’s Victory

  • Ben Hayward
  • May 8, 2017 4:57PM

If the goal of democracy is to work within a defined system to establish a consensus then the French are simply better at it. And that’s the lesson of Macron’s victory.

Why Stephen Colbert Is Not A Homophobe

  • Ben Hayward
  • May 6, 2017 9:20AM

Whether Colbert should have more respect for the office or whether his comments were indecent is for each viewer to decide, but he did not insult the gay community.

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