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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Obama Reinstates Military Tribunals at Guantanamo Bay

Obama Reinstates Military Tribunals at Guantanamo Bay

The entrance to Guantanamo Bay. Throughout the 2008 election, Barack Obama promised change – eventually riding that slogan to the Oval Office thanks to a groundswell of dissatisfaction with the… Read more »

Christians Protest in Pakistan

Christians Protest in Pakistan

Shahbaz-Bhatti, Pakistan’s recently assasinated minister for minorities.In several cities across Pakistan, Christians burned tires at rallies on Thursday. They were gathered in response to the assassination of the minister for… Read more »

Frankfurt Shootings

Frankfurt Shootings

The bus that was attacked. Two servicemembers were killed and two more wounded yesterday when a gunman opened fire. On the afternoon of March 2, two U.S. airmen were shot… Read more »

Exploring the Outer Limits of the First Amendment

Exploring the Outer Limits of the First Amendment

The Westboro Baptist Church demonstrates a unique ability to offend.Do demonstrations like this at private funerals really deserve the public’s absolute protection? I listened yesterday to an excellent talk at… Read more »

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

It’s March 2, which can mean only one thing (aside from Texas Independence Day, the first day of the Bahai Nineteen Day Fast, and the anniversary of Ho Chi Minh’s… Read more »