Monthly Archives: December 2014

Thoughts – Tortured Principles of U.S. Governance and Security

“The use of torture compromises that which most distinguishes us from our enemies, our belief that all people, even captured enemies, possess basic human rights.”             Senator John McCain(1) This week the summary of the Senate Intelligence report on the … Continue reading

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Thoughts – Your Digital Self and Real Self: Separate But Unequal and Why

To level set, the objective of this blog is to address the degree to which technology has changed domestic and international politics in the modern Information Age with profound implications upon human civil liberties. Throughout the arc of history, there … Continue reading

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Thoughts – The homogenization of the U.S. Political Class – Executive Branch

The objective of this research post is to continue the examination of how the U.S. political class has homogenized. The focus of this post will be on the executive branch of the U.S. government as it relates to how it … Continue reading

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