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Despite the violence fetish of some leftists, the reality is that left-wing terrorism has declined to almost nothing in the United States since 1980. We do face severe domestic terrorist threats, but those threats exist almost exclusively on the right, including recent white supremacist violence against law enforcement. Yet in popular media, the face of […]

The Obama Drone War

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On May 31, 2012

Like Ta-Nehisi Coates and others, I am pretty disgusted that the Obama Administration has defined any male of military age killed by a drone bombing to be a combatant. This is morally bankrupt and is

Nuclear Terrorism

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In Robert Farley
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On September 15, 2011
Thomas Schelling, via Erik Voeten: In 1982 I published an article that began, “Sometime in the 1980’s an organization that is not a national government may acquire a few nuclear weapons. If not in the 1980’s, then in the 1990’s.” I hedged about the 80’s but sounded pretty firm about the 90’s. It’s now the […]
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