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Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC) on Syria Strikes

Sorry this is a little delinquent, but we are rounding things up on the Syria issue from around the net. This is Jones’ official statement via Antiwar.com. Jones is one of the few good’uns in Congress. “Regardless of the circumstances, … Continue reading

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Trump’s Military Strikes in Syria Are Reckless and Short-Sighted

By Tulsi Gabbard Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) released the following statement today (4/6/17) after the U.S. launched military strikes on Syrian government targets: “It angers and saddens me that President Trump has taken the advice of war hawks and escalated … Continue reading

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We’re Asking the Wrong Questions About Syria

By Thomas Knapp As I write this, two key questions remain unanswered, and a third mostly unasked, about a deadly daybreak  attack on Khan Sheikhoun, a northwest Syrian city of (pre-war) 50,000. Hundreds were wounded and as many as 100 killed, apparently chemical … Continue reading

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Judicial Independence in the Government of the People

By Christopher Mark The most critical form of judicial independence, that is the independence to decide the law in a fair and impartial way even in favor of unpopular parties (like accused criminals), is rarely defended in popular media. But, … Continue reading

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Democrats Delusional Worldview

Editors’ Note: This article was originally published May 27, 2012, but is pertinent given the results of the recent election. Submitted by SARTRE Democratic politics is a false premise experiment. The foundation of the modern liberalism, based upon an erroneous … Continue reading

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Tough Competition: Who Wins?

Editors’ Note: We have been a bit delinquent in cleaning out our inbox lately. We will be posting a few that have been submitted but that we have so far neglected to post. We welcome Roderick Beaman. This is his … Continue reading

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on Meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump

Well this is an interesting development. For those who are not familiar with her, Tulsi Gabbard is a Democrat Rep. from Hawaii who is pretty sound on foreign policy and has drawn the attention of non-interventionist conservatives. HT to Justin … Continue reading

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