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Send in the Drones

February 5, 2013

The Obama Administration today is defending their policy of using overseas drone strikes not just on foreign terrorists, but also overseas Americans who help them out.  While the memos revealed flimsy standards governing the President’s discretion on using the drones, they defend the policy as “legal,” “ethical,” and “wise.”  I’m pretty sure this guy shares the [...]

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Bullying is Bad, but Only If You’re in a Protected Class

March 19, 2011

On the heels of the “Casey the Punisher” craze, the Holder Justice Department has sought to clarify how the federal government will deal with bullying:  to investigate or punish incidents based on one’s protected status.  As an overweight white kid, Casey would not fit the mold.  Also, Casey’s incident wouldn’t warrant any kind of federal [...]

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