On October 9, 2007, the Court will hear oral arguments in Watson v. US. Watson revolves around the question of whether or not the presence of a firearm in a drug exchange consitutes ‘use’ as it applies to sentencing provisions. If an individual is convicted of using a firearm within the context of a drug [...]

Hilary Clinton’s answer during the Democrat’s most recent debate and an article in the most recent edition of Foreign Affairs got me thinking- What do I want the next President to do with American foreign policy? Well, here are the 10 things that Yao, Gary, and I are looking for: 1) Engage Foreign Leaders- As [...]

Madness.

As usual, the mainstream media is imploding with madness over the lastest tragedy to hit America. Instead of thinking about what we can do in the future, a few bored writers decided to start conjecture on what they would do differently if put in the same situation as those who lost their lives. From DailyKos [...]



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