3 recent pieces from my HUMAN ANGLE Monday op-ed column in PostNoon newspaper:
- Charles Taylor's Crimes
(On the first due process conviction of a Head of State for Crimes against Humanity)
- Sending India to School
(On Litigation in the Supreme Court of India questioning the constitutionality of the Right to Education Act)
- Alea Jacta Est?
(Is the die Caste? On Rahul Gandhi's declaration that he is a Brahmin)
Other recent articles in PostNoon:
a). The Sleep of Reason http://postnoon.com/2012/04/02/the-sleep-of-reason/41127
b). Hang the Death Penalty http://postnoon.com/2012/04/09/hang-death-penalty/42435
c). Shalt Thou Not Suffer a Witch to Live? http://postnoon.com/2012/02/11/shalt-thou-not-suffer-a-witch-to-live/27654
I was asked by some friends if the articles could be reproduced or translated: I would be honored if a Humanist point of view is so disseminated, and the Newspaper has confirmed that it has no problem so long as credit is given to it as follows: First published in PostNoon Newspaper www.postnoon.com.
I would, of course, value any comments or criticism.
best regards, and good wishes,