Monthly Archives: March 2011

Liberty or Security: Park 51 and the King hearings in post-9/11 America, Pt.1

It was a warm day. It was still summer after all, and it was a beautiful day in New York City. The temperatures were in the 70’s, officers helped tourists find their destinations, and most pedestrians wore short sleeve shirts, … Continue reading

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How Things Might End For Qaddafi

As more people turn out in several Middle East countries calling for change, and the ouster of their leaders pressure is building on Libya’s government. Libya, whose political turmoil is worsening each day, might see an end to it’s movement … Continue reading

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