The grey are between politician’s promises and politics delivered is becoming larger and larger in our days.
Einstein said that “the secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.” In the Internet age, though, when millions of eyes are watching, hiding your sources is an exercise in futility.
We shouldn’t be surprised that the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn scored the second-highest percentage (14 percent) of votes in the 18-24 age group.
We don’t know if history repeats itself as farce, but the tough question for Greece today is what the farce of the asterisks in regards to EU policy will mean for the country in the long run.
Revolutionary fervor resulted in exhaustion.
The biggest problem with a ban on opinion polls is that it goes against the Constitution.
By banning ideas that seem insulting to the dominant way of thinking we risk missing out on useful ones; we risk social stagnation and decline.