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CHEMICAL SYRIA | Despite Inspections, Syria Kept its Chemical Arsenal | From AND Magazine
1. CHEMICAL SYRIA
Despite Inspections, Syria Kept its Chemical Arsenal
Regime lied to inspectors and hid chemical arsenal, but Western governments refused to press Assad.
Guest Writer By Guest Writer, Contributor
July 26, 2015 | Filed under Columns
RELATED: SYRIA | CHEMICAL WEAPON | ASSAD
SILENCE | No ones talking in Baltimore. | From AND Magazine
2. SILENCE
No ones talking in Baltimore.
Baltimore set a record for the most murders in one month in city history.
Charles Faddis By Charles Faddis, Senior Editor, Host of USCS
June 22, 2015 | Filed under United States Of Common Sense
RELATED: BALTIMORE | VIOLENCE | SHOOTING
BOMBLETS AND SUBMUNITIONS | Human Rights Watch: What we uncovered is deeply disturbing | From AND Magazine
3. BOMBLETS AND SUBMUNITIONS
Human Rights Watch: What we uncovered is deeply disturbing
Banning the use of weapons that disproportionately affect civilians around the world.
Guest Writer By Guest Writer, Contributor
May 21, 2015 | Filed under Lest We Forget
RELATED: HUMAN RIGHTS | WEAPONS | DONATIONS
THREATENED FREEDOMS | The big question that remains | From AND Magazine
4. THREATENED FREEDOMS
The big question that remains
What, if anything, will we do about it?
Robert Cleveland By Robert Cleveland, Contributor
March 30, 2015 | Filed under The Right
RELATED: BUREAUCRACY | EPA | TYRANNY
KEEPING HILLARY STRAIGHT | Hillary Clinton: Transparent as a brick wall. | From AND Magazine
5. KEEPING HILLARY STRAIGHT
Hillary Clinton: Transparent as a brick wall.
It's time for Congress to put some teeth into federal recordkeeping laws.
Robert Cleveland By Robert Cleveland, Contributor
March 16, 2015 | Filed under The Right
RELATED: HILLARY CLINTON | EMAIL | DEMOCRAT
THE PETRAEUS RULES | Snowden would like access. | From AND Magazine
6. THE PETRAEUS RULES
Snowden would like access.
Snowden was never offered two years probation, or a $40,000 fine...
Claude Morton By Claude Morton, Column Editor
March 6, 2015 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: DAVID PETRAEUS | EDWARD SNOWDEN | LEAKS
THE NOT-SO-NEUTRAL NET | Obama is using the FCC to go around Congress. | From AND Magazine
7. THE NOT-SO-NEUTRAL NET
Obama is using the FCC to go around Congress.
All that will come of "Net Neutrality" is the end of one of America
Robert Cleveland By Robert Cleveland, Contributor
February 24, 2015 | Filed under The Right
RELATED: INTERNET | NET NEUTRALITY | FCC
MY NAME IS MR. FADDIS | The ideology of gender neutrality | From AND Magazine
8. MY NAME IS MR. FADDIS
The ideology of gender neutrality
It is funny, i.e. strange, how ideologies and philosophies as they evolve and become more extreme...
Charles Faddis By Charles Faddis, Senior Editor, Host of USCS
February 13, 2015 | Filed under United States Of Common Sense
RELATED: EQUALITY | GENDER NEUTRALITY | GOVERNMENT WASTE
WHEN MONEY IS A WEAPON | How the Treasury Got Into the Spy Game | From AND Magazine
9. WHEN MONEY IS A WEAPON
How the Treasury Got Into the Spy Game
Economic and financial intelligence is critical to sanctions against Iran, North Korea and Russia
Guest Writer By Guest Writer, Contributor
January 21, 2015 | Filed under Columns
RELATED: CIA | MONEY | THE TREASURY
ANARCHISM IS NOT ANARCHY | A Growing Misconception | From AND Magazine
10. ANARCHISM IS NOT ANARCHY
A Growing Misconception
Rules and laws need to be at the democratic invitation and control of the citizens...
Claude Morton By Claude Morton, Column Editor
January 15, 2015 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: ANARCHISM | ANARCHY | PERSONAL AUTONOMY
FEINSTEIN WRONG ABOUT CIA | Findings: No CIA wrongdoing and no law violated | From AND Magazine
11. FEINSTEIN WRONG ABOUT CIA
Findings: No CIA wrongdoing and no law violated
Senate staffers should also have been aware that the CIA had reserved the right to monitor
Guest Writer By Guest Writer, Contributor
January 15, 2015 | Filed under Columns
RELATED: CIA | DIANNE FEINSTEIN | TERRORIST
POLICING THE POLICE | Dual Powers Solution | From AND Magazine
12. POLICING THE POLICE
Dual Powers Solution
What if we had dual policing powers...
Claude Morton By Claude Morton, Column Editor
January 6, 2015 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: DUAL POWERS | ANARCHISM | SELF GOVERNANCE
LIFESTYLES ARE IRRELEVANT | Yet another weak argument against gay rights | From AND Magazine
13. LIFESTYLES ARE IRRELEVANT
Yet another weak argument against gay rights
Presumably religion is just a lifestyle too
Fraser Sherman By Fraser Sherman,
December 30, 2014 | Filed under The Left
RELATED: GAY RIGHTS | RELIGIOUS RIGHT | POLITICS
TRUST-VACANCY | Unaccountable Governance - The New Autocracy | From AND Magazine
14. TRUST-VACANCY
Unaccountable Governance - The New Autocracy
How is a public good being served by denying transparency...
Claude Morton By Claude Morton, Column Editor
December 10, 2014 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: GOVERNANCE | TRUST | ACCOUNTABILITY
WHY SNOWDEN WAS WRONG | Government workers must carry out policies, not make them. | From AND Magazine
15. WHY SNOWDEN WAS WRONG
Government workers must carry out policies, not make them.
We can't really call Edward Snowden a 'whistleblower' in the traditional sense
David Focil By David Focil, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: SNOWDEN | NSA | CITIZENFOUR
CENTRALIZED POWER | A Menace to Society | From AND Magazine
16. CENTRALIZED POWER
A Menace to Society
The last vestiges of democracy can only be found at the decentralized state level...
Claude Morton By Claude Morton, Column Editor
September 12, 2014 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: HORIZONTAL INSTITUTIONS | DIRECT DEMOCRACY | ANARCHISM
THREE SMOKES AND A SODA | The Cost of Doing Business in America's Prisons | From AND Magazine
17. THREE SMOKES AND A SODA
The Cost of Doing Business in America's Prisons
Money has served us well, but sometimes unconventional alternatives have their place.
Christopher Zoukis By Christopher Zoukis, Contributing Writer
July 23, 2014 | Filed under Culture
RELATED: PRISON | MONEY | EXCHANGE
STURM UND DRANG | U.S. Intelligence and Germany | From AND Magazine
18. STURM UND DRANG
U.S. Intelligence and Germany
There are no friendly intelligence services
Michael Davidson By Michael Davidson, Clandestine Editor
July 5, 2014 | Filed under Clandestine Thoughts
RELATED: GERMANY | INTELLIGENCE | RUSSIA
THE GENERAL WELFARE | Has it Gone Extinct? | From AND Magazine
19. THE GENERAL WELFARE
Has it Gone Extinct?
The general welfare no longer includes the welfare of the general population here in America.
Claude Morton By Claude Morton, Column Editor
June 16, 2014 | Filed under The Independent
RELATED: GENERAL WELFARE | GENERAL WELFARE CLAUSE | POVERTY
THINGS WE KNOW | Lessons ISIS teaches | From AND Magazine
20. THINGS WE KNOW
Lessons ISIS teaches
A sucking vortex is forming in the very heart of an already unstable and critical region
Charles Faddis By Charles Faddis, Senior Editor, Host of USCS
June 15, 2014 | Filed under United States Of Common Sense
RELATED: ISIS | IRAQ | IRAN
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