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Costs and Consequences of Action Against Iran

           One of the hottest topics right now is the controversy surrounding Iran, its possible pursuit of nuclear weapons, and whether Israel, the United States, or the two countries together will attack Iran's nuclear facilities.  While there are a variety of commentators arguing why a strike isn't necessary, there has been […]


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Warning: Internet Crisis!

The internet is one of the last few aspects of modern America that is relatively free from government control. The main reason being is that it is protected by the First Amendment. In Addition, the internet has become an invaluable aspect of society through which we have transformed our entire way of life and the […]


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Separating Ideas from Individuals

Ideas change the world, not people. Throughout the centuries, people have exchanged ideas. Some ideas have brought benefits to the world. Other ideas have been damaging. While certain ideas are constantly expanded upon. Throughout history, many of the well-known philosophers engaged fellow citizens on ideas such as religion, god and the proper role of government […]


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Ron Paul vs. Alexander Hamilton

On the 200 Year Anniversary, The Real Debate Begins Again In January 1811, The First Bank of the United States (BUS) was brought down. Two hundred years later, The Federal Reserve Bank has gradually become the central point of most political discussion in America. For added fuel to the debate, Congressman Ron Paul has just […]


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The Machiavellian States of America?

Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527) was the preeminent political philosopher of his time, whose immeasurable influence still resonates today, perhaps even moreso than ever. His book, The Prince, has remained as a very widely read book throughout the globe for the past century, and before. In fact, it was the advent of the printing press, which came […]


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