War on Terror

George Will’s False Choice on War and Drones

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 by posted in Foreign Policy.
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Failure to distinguish between the private person and state action is always a recipe for muddled thinking. This is especially so in regard to the conduct of war. Though it can occur between any cluster of persons, war is characteristically

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The Real Reason Behind War

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 by posted in Civil Liberties, Economics, Foreign Policy, Regulation.
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To mark the 11year anniversary of the Afghanistan occupation, the death toll for the U.S. military reached two thousand.  The soldier who had the misfortune of both dying and becoming a stark symbol of America’s longest running war died under

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Moral Relativism and Patriotism as Weapons of the State

Thursday, August 9th, 2012 by posted in Law, Philosophy.
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Over the weekend, a suicide bomber suspected of being a member of Al Qaeda struck a funeral in Yemen, killing forty five individuals.  The funeral was attended predominantly by members of a militia which aided the Yemeni Army in recapturing

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