Tag Archives: Drone Attacks

Aren’t Religion and Politics Both to Blame for War on Terror?

Glenn Greenwald, Murtaza Hussain, Andrew Sullivan, Sam Harris, and others have been debating, rather vehemently recently, the subject of terrorism. The primary rift between them is whether or not the violent acts of Muslim extremists are motivated by religion or … Continue reading

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Executive Power Abuses

Last week the ACLU announced that it had filed a lawsuit, along with the Center for Constitutional Rights, challenging the Obama administration’s targeted killing of U.S. citizens, Anwar al-Awlaki, his sixteen year old son Abdulrahman, and journalist Samir Khan, with the … Continue reading

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Selective Transparency

In a rare show of bi-partisan agreement, US government officials are up in arms about the amount of “classified secrets” that are being leaked to the press.  Multiple stories, recently published, have divulged disconcerting policies and actions that illustrate the … Continue reading

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The Nobel Peace Prize Winner Has a Kill List?

Two stories in as many days have managed to raise a number of necessary questions regarding Obama’s use of drones to attack alleged terrorists in Yemen, Pakistan, and Somalia.  Yesterday’s New York Times article, that isn’t entirely adversarial to the Obama Administration, but does … Continue reading

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