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The War on Terror: A Cycle of Stupidity

The War on Terror: A Cycle of Stupidity

July 8, 2013 at 8:45 am 0 comments

by Brian Kogelmann: Continuing to fight the war on terror in the way it has been fought will only lead to more terrorism, more death, and more destruction. Instead of continuing this “cycle of stupidity,” we ought to radically alter how we address terrorism and stop double downing on policies […]

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Individualism is No Sin: The (Anti)Heroism of Edward Snowden

Individualism is No Sin: The (Anti)Heroism of Edward Snowden

July 3, 2013 at 8:30 am 5 comments

by Evan Bernick: Edward Snowden may not have done the right thing, but his individualism makes him a hero.  It didn’t take long for columnists, commentators, and concerned citizens to debate the morality of Edward Snowden’s actions. Such debate is good and valuable. As he explained to Guardian columnist Glenn […]

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We Haven’t Won Yet

We Haven’t Won Yet

June 12, 2013 at 8:40 am 1 comment

What the Liberal Media Still Doesn’t Get About Obama and Why We Should be Worried by Evan Bernick: We’re all libertarians now– or so it would seem. After years of fawning editorials that read like transcripts of President Obama’s public comments, the New York Times last week denounced the President […]

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Forward: How President Obama Should Codify U.S. Drone Policy into Law

Forward: How President Obama Should Codify U.S. Drone Policy into Law

February 22, 2013 at 9:15 am 2 comments

 by Jonathan Tkachuk It’s true, different Al Qaida affiliates and extremist groups have emerged, from the Arabian Peninsula to Africa. The threat these groups pose is evolving. But to meet this threat, we don’t need to send tens of thousands of our sons and daughters abroad or occupy other nations…That’s why […]

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