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The Anarchist’s Dilemma, an Interlude: One Size Doesn’t Fit All!

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Can there be such a thing as a comprehensive revolutionary theory, a universal theory of revolutions that would be good for all times and for all seasons? Read More »

It’s Time to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love PRISM

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PRISM isn't so much a new program as it is an upgrade of existing initiatives, and I support it. Had it existed 12 years ago, it might even have prevented 9/11. Read More »

How to Fix Dodd-Frank

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Wall Street's resistance aside, the bill is fraught with flaws and exceptions, and hasn't changed a thing. Read More »

Obama Promoting Susan Rice to National Security Advisor

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We need to question why, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke at the United Nations, the U.S. delegation under the direct supervision of Ambassador Rice walked out. Read More »

In Europe, Few Jobs for the Old and Even Fewer for the New

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Europe should scrap the austerity mantra and concentrate its efforts on supporting unemployment relief, tax reform, and job creation. Read More »

Several Reports Cite Chinese Hacking of U.S. Weapons Systems

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security reported 198 attacks on critical U.S. infrastructure in fiscal year 2012. Read More »

Who Really Gains From Austerity?

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel

In, “Europe Should Stop Listening To Germany“, I very briefly mentioned the advantage Germany and other nations of the austerity chorus have over their southern counterparts thanks to skewed bond analysis employed by global markets. Part of the problem stems from the ability of each nation’s central bank to issue new debt, thus allowing markets to assess each issue state-by-state ... Read More »

Presidential Concern over Guantanamo Bay; Drone Strikes

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President Obama addressed two important concerns: a new era in the war on terror, and an ending of a foul complication of that war, the ongoing detention of terror suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Read More »

Senate Considers Immigration Reform

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The Senate takes up the many complexities of immigration reform. Read More »

House Ways and Means Committee Investigating 501 (c) (4) Tax Issues

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We present some framework in connection with the ongoing tax exemption debate in the House of Representatives. Read More »