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jean-stringam's picture
Apr.18.2012
A few days ago I attended the swearing-in ceremony to become a naturalized citizen of the United States of America.  I hadn't anticipated being moved by it.  Maybe I envisioned something far less personal, but the messages of several of the speakers touched me deeply. One lawyer's text...
jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
May.10.2011
Following the raid in Pakistan, and killing of Osama bin Laden, wives and children of the al Qaeda leader are crawling out of the proverbial woodwork. Bin Laden reportedly had four wives, and anywhere from 20-26 children, 11 of whom are sons, most of whom have, according to The Telegraph, taken...
jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
May.10.2011
Following the raid in Pakistan, and killing of Osama bin Laden, wives and children of the al Qaeda leader are crawling out of the proverbial woodwork. Bin Laden reportedly had four wives, and anywhere from 20-26 children, 11 of whom are sons, most of whom have, according to The Telegraph, taken...
kyle-scott's picture
Apr.15.2011
This is an entry I wrote for Constituting America. The link to the original post is pasted below.   Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8 8:  No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States:  And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the...
robert-earle's picture
Mar.16.2009
Andrew Meldrum moved to Zimbabwe in the early 1980s as a journalist determined to report on the post-colonial development of the newly independent country that once was known as Rhodesia.  He functioned as a stringer, a features writer, and eventually the full-time correspondent of the British...
jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
Mar.14.2009
Friday's decision by the Justice Department that the Obama administration has the right to detain enemies during wartime, and without charging them, comes as a disappointment to those who expect carte blanche change, and especially to those who have yet learned how to read the fine print. For the...