ExecutedToday.com. Signs of the Times News for Sat, 03 Dec 2011. Electronic Privacy Information Center. - www.trilateral.org. Why a Cybersecurity Treaty Is a Pipe Dream. Authors: Adam Segal, Maurice R.
Greenberg Senior Fellow for China Studies, and Matthew C. Waxman, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Law and Foreign Policy October 27, 2011 cnn.com Editor's Note: Adam Segal is the Ira A. The progressive fallacy on free speech. Wall Street Couldn’t Have Done It Alone. OCTOBER 07, 2011 by SHELDON RICHMAN To Occupy Wall Street: Wall Street couldn’t have done it alone.
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SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 by SHELDON RICHMAN Some pundits really don’t understand why libertarians dislike government and therefore want it to do little, if anything at all.
Unable to grasp the reason, the pundits assign bad motives to those who disparage government: They don’t like poor people, or workers, or the sick, or education. Investigation. Impact. Integrity. Don't Tread On Me- When You Are Aware You Can Prepare. Ludwig von Mises Institute. To Serve and Protect — the State - Wendy McElroy. Last month, an international rights tribunal slapped America across the face through a showcase ruling that has no legal force.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights found that Jessica Lenahan could sue the Castle Rock, Colorado, police department for its refusal in 1999 to enforce a restraining order against her estranged husband. The American courts had dismissed her case. The tribunal's finding has reignited the discussion of a decades-old tragedy. But the issue is being cast as an expose of America's domestic-violence policies. It is more accurately an example of the extreme disconnect between the public and the police when it comes to preventing violence.
Divide And Conquer: Are The Left And The Right In America About To Go To War With Each Other? Every single day, America is becoming a little bit more divided.
It is probably not a stretch to say that there could be more political hatred in this country today than at any time since the Civil War. In fact, there are some very disturbing signs that the very heated war of words between the two major political parties could soon spill over into very real violence in the streets. Instead of uniting and focusing on our real enemies and on our real problems, the left and the right in America seem ready to go to war with each other. The mainstream media and those that control both political parties love to play “divide and conquer”, and in America today we are taught to pick one political “team” and to absolutely hate those on the other side.