Monthly Archives: November 2013

Weekend Links

– 5 Recent Trends That Make It Hard to Trust the Police. – China, Cuba, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam were among the nations elected to three-year seats on the United Nations’ Human Rights Council this month. It’s almost like the U.N. … Continue reading

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50 Years Later, JFK Conspiracy Theories Still Going Strong

Fifty years ago today, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, by Lee Harvey Oswald–spawning conspiracy theories that have lived on to this day. According to an AP-GfK poll conducted in April of this year, of the 1,004 respondents, 59% believed … Continue reading

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Tuesday Links

– Last week the Supreme Court began hearing arguments in Town of Greece v. Galloway, which involves the constitutionality of opening legislative sessions with prayers. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals previously ruled against the town, finding that such practices violate the First Amendment’s Establishment … Continue reading

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