Law Enforcement Refuses to Abide by Washington Gun Law

Proponents of gun rights were dismayed when Washington State voters came out in support of Initiative 594, a far-reaching gun-control regulation that would expand background checks. Under the law, even private transfers between friends and family would be subject to such checks....
Posted On 18 Dec 2014
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Could Hollywood Comedy Precipitate War?

If you told someone in 2013 that a comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco would set off international violence, they probably wouldn’t believe you. But in 2014, that prospect doesn’t seem nearly as ridiculous. The movie in question – The Interview –...
Posted On 17 Dec 2014
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Sydney and the Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism

In the years after 9/11, Americans waited for the other shoe to drop. What would Al Qaeda pull next from their bag of bloody tricks? Concerns about old Russian nuclear weapons, chemical agents, dirty bombs, and other means of mass murder were embedded deep in our national...
Posted On 16 Dec 2014
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Obama Makes Big Move Toward Universal Preschool

The White House has announced a big-money rollout intended to boost some of the president’s long talked-about education agenda items, the most notable of which is federally-funded preschool for everyone. According to President Obama, more than $1 billion – a...
Posted On 15 Dec 2014
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Teaching Men How to Work With Women

If there has been any social issue given more time, money, and legislative attention than the plight of women in the workforce, I’m not sure what it could be. Go down the history of American law, and you’ll come across initiative after bill after act meant to shore up...
Posted On 15 Dec 2014
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Empathize and Understand: Clinton’s Recipe for Disaster

If we were to hold the elections today, there is every indication that Hillary Clinton would be the next president of the United States. For that reason alone, any American concerned about the future of the country should be paying close attention to what she has to say. Hardly...
Posted On 12 Dec 2014
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Republican Betrayal: Spending Bill Funds Executive Amnesty

Scarcely a month after American voters decided it was time for big changes in Washington, the primary beneficiaries of the shift have all but betrayed those that put them in power. Though the Republican-dominated Senate will not take their seats until next year, many analysts...
Posted On 11 Dec 2014
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Obama Cites Gospel as Basis for Immigration Reform

President Obama is on the immigration press tour, stopping for a town hall meeting in Nashville on Tuesday to tell his flock of followers how important his executive action is for the country. As part of his argument for a more progressive approach to immigration reform, the...
Posted On 10 Dec 2014
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Demanding Personal Responsibility Is Not Victim-Blaming

At some point in the last decade, “blaming the victim” became the worst sin you could possible commit. If you mentioned casually that perhaps a girl should not get blackout drunk if she wants to avoid being sexually assaulted, you would be castigated by the...
Posted On 09 Dec 2014
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Controversial Senate Torture Report to Be Released

A Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA’s past use of “enhanced interrogation techniques” is finally set to be released on Tuesday. The report has garnered controversy, with leaders on both sides of the aisle asking for delay. “I think this is a terrible...
Posted On 08 Dec 2014
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