Tag Archives: Justice versus Revenge

Giving Collective Punishment One More Try

The nice thing about the Fourth of July weekend is that nothing is ambiguous. America is a fine place, and everyone is out and about doing American things – at those parades and picnics and baseball games, ending with fireworks … Continue reading

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Quarreling Because You’d Rather Not Argue

Friday the Thirteenth – always an unsettling day – and on the one this November, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the five men accused of conspiring to commit the 9/11 attacks – and most importantly the alleged mastermind, Khalid … Continue reading

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