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The Argument Against Mass Surveillance

In response to the suggestion that if we have nothing to hide, we have nothing to fear, or, to put it another way, if we’re not doing anything wrong, we shouldn’t have a problem with government surveillance, I’d like to … Continue reading

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Is “Pro-Life” the same as “Anti-Abortion”?

We have allowed the press to define this debate, to the point where it is no longer a debate with an honest exchange of respected ideas, but a contentious verbal battle with no progress. Many who pompously title themselves “pro-life” … Continue reading

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Do You Have a “Right” to the Internet?

Finland has declared that broadband internet access is a basic fundamental human right, and the United Nations concurs (http://www.forbes.com/sites/randalllane/2011/11/15/the-united-nations-says-broadband-is-basic-human-right/).  [Of course, that the head of one of the unions representing a group who would benefit from a huge government contract … Continue reading

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Mr. Breitbart is Wrong

**editor’s note: This was written in February of 2011. Andrew Breitbart has since died, and this is meant in no way to be disrespectful of him, his efforts, his memory, or etc.; it’s just how I felt when I read … Continue reading

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