Puerto Rico: The Next Detroit?


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American Studies Association Celebrated Terrorism, Mocked 9/11


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“When the government proclaims war against terrorism it is proclaiming war against the awakening of the masses.”

Puerto Rico May Be the Next Detroit


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Puerto Rico has a $87 billion debt. Half the men in Puerto Rico don’t work. One in six working-age claim disability benefits.

An Ungodly Immigration Policy?


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The Religious Left takes on the new Arizona law.

Lessons from a Disaster


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Does the Deepwater Horizon spill really demonstrate the folly of off-shore drilling?

Problems with Puerto Rican Statehood Similar to Those That Led to U.S. Civil War


When I heard the news that a vote on Puerto Rican Statehood was set to take place tomorrow, my heart stopped. I couldn’t process the fact that this rather transformational news did not reach my ears until the day before it was to be voted on. It reminded me of that awful dream where you realize that [...]

NPR Uses Tax Dollars to Insult Taxpayers (Updated)


Unbelievable.  The state-run media have truly outdone themselves this time.  National Public Radio’s editorial board apparently decided that completely alienating at least 55% of those who fund it by dehumanizing us was a smart move when they made a video called How to Speak Teabag.  You just have to watch it to understand what an [...]

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