This week’s Long Reads examines ownership of the dead, a world without work and a Brit who squandered his inheritance on Hitler and Nazi paraphernalia.
A man’s self-imposed Exile into the wild, and an amazing refugee mystery features in this week’s Long Reads. Alone – Same Parker (Esquire) “What is human history, if not the story of man slowly becoming less alone?” Probably my favourite article that I have read in a while. I think a lot of us feel alone…
Richard Jackson’s weekly #longreads: the journalist who undid Sepp Blatter, Russia’s distortion of the news and the Clinton’s $2 billion global empire.
Rich Jackson’s weekly #longreads – the internet’s longreads worth reading: Ultimate Marvel, forgiveness online and farewelling The Guardian’s Alan Rusbridger.
Rich Jackson’s weekly #longreads: how the press ended Bernie Sanders’ run for presidency, the unclimbables of north-west Canada, and the two-facedness of ISIS and revival of Shia in Iraq.
From Tesla and SpaceX to animal protection endangering humans, Rich Jackson presents TBS readers the internet’s #longreads worth reading this week.
Rich Jackson’s weekly #longreads, on this Mothers Day covering Sepp Blatter and FIFA, suburban “preppers” awaiting our doom, holes in the law and a reluctant PB on Mothers Day.
Austerity, “affluenza” and power and its abuse form Rich Richard Jackson’s weekly #longreads this weekend. The only relief is in a coyote invasion of NYC – oh, ps: #coyoteinvasionofNYC!
Rich Jackson takes a week off from the weekly long reads, so just a quick…but long…read from PB and narrative.ly about a coal-fuelled fiery ghost town in Pennsylvania.
In Richard Jackson weekend #longreads you’ll get Noam Chomsky on the media today, the issue of sexual consent and Alzheimer’s, from HBO to Netflix and a dose of extreme Catholicism.
Slavery and the false veil of liberty, the brutal removal of short-lived liberty, a dig (read: SHOVE) at Hilary Clinton (apparently Rich Jackson ain’t a fan) and a lonely psychiatrist in Baghdad – interested? Read on…
Rich Jackson’s weekly #LongReads brings us Seymour Hersh on the stuff of legend, his own article on the My Lai massacre of 1968; Allison Jones: Nerd Hunter; and condoms: the quest for the perfect prophylactic.
In this week’s #LongReads, Rich Jackson brings us Douglas Grant the Aboriginal Anzac, introduces some #SCIENCE in “Do genetics determine your life?” and PB gets app kooky with “the other side”…
A mixed bag, as Rich Jackson kicks off this week’s #LongReads with anti-Semitism in Europe, covers plastic surgery in South Korea and the flaws in AA…plus PB’s weekly narrative.ly pick: pigeons in Brooklyn.
The Troubles and the IRA, John Pilger, a different view on ISIS and dominoes, care of the Bajan Caribbean Domino League – some juicy Long Reads, care of Rich Jackson (and PB).
Today’s Long Reads offer a little Mardi Gras fare in the shame of a narrative.ly piece on the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence but also get serious, thanks to Rich Jackson, as they tackle old school corporate raiders, NZ drug lords and rape in prison.
Torture is the theme of Rich Jackson’s Long Reads this week; from law enforcement, to opinions on MH370’s whereabouts, to stories shared in and of “the manosphere.”
Rich Jackson fights his own “Clinton rage” as he profiles Among the Hillary Haters, a piece about Hillary Clinton and the rocky 2016 US Presidential Road ahead, as part of this week’s Long Reads.
Rich Jackson’s #LongReads bring us Jose Mujica and Al Sharpton, Vox’s epic two part interview with Barack Obama, with PB’s narrative.ly Ed’s pick taking you into life in “The Hole”…
Richard Jackson’s weekly #LongReads: how mass killings arise, an AIDS death in the family, drugs, and from narrative.ly: sex addiction (thanks, PB!)
Richard Jackson’s weekly long reads cover BIID (Body Integrity Identity Disorder), music, defence lawyer Judy Clarke and those who police political correctness.
Today’s Long reads feature a profile piece on Fox News “talking head” Megyn Kelly, racial politics and online dating, the mystery of consciousness and Peter Berg, the last of the eco-warriors