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What Drones Say About Us

What Drones Say About Us

June 3, 2013 at 8:45 am 2 comments

The Irrationality, Immorality, and Excessiveness of Drone Warfare by Brian Kogelmann: A few weeks ago a bipartisan panel of senators discussed both the legality and wisdom of our use of drones in our efforts to combat terrorism. The discussion offered a sobering look at the effects our use of drones […]

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Begun, the Drone War Has

Begun, the Drone War Has

April 19, 2013 at 8:45 am 1 comment

by Brian Kogelmann: When I published a response to Evan Bernick’s constitutional and moral defense of the Obama administration’s use of drones, I did not anticipate a fecund discussion to blossom. I was thus delighted to learn that my friend and colleague published a response to my response, in which […]

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Moral Reasons to Stand with Rand

Moral Reasons to Stand with Rand

March 15, 2013 at 10:30 am 1 comment

by Brian Kogelmann: In this essay I address a recent blog post published by a colleague of mine, Evan Bernick. In his post Evan offers both moral and constitutional arguments justifying the Obama administration’s current use of drones, trying to show how current policy is in line with libertarian values […]

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