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Targeting Whom?

Amy Davidson’s piece on The New Yorker.com entertains the question of targets and the fluid criteria for defining them. p m carpenter’s commentary (thank you, Doug) offers a reminder that the People have the power to demand action from our elected … Continue reading

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Two Wrongs

A lot of little kids in the United States grew up hearing the admonition, “Two wrongs don’t make a right.” The Obama administration would do well to consider that mother’s maxim in its strategy to prevent terrorism. The Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Lawyers, Drones & Money

I voted for Obama. He appears to be a good human being, who is acting unethically if not illegally. Moyers & Company highlights the use of drones. The Center for Constitutional Rights continues to fight for individual freedoms, protected by … Continue reading

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