Tag Archives: Terrorism

Blowback: the Consequences of an Ignorant and Overly Aggressive Foreign Policy — Podcast February 2, 2015

They May Hate Us, But It’s Not Because of Our Freedoms: Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster, and Steve Williamson discuss the failures of a U.S. foreign policy that has in recent years relied more on military bluster than common sense. Why has the War on Terror … Continue reading

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NSA, Edward Snowden And The 4th Amendment.

On June 17, 2013, Bill Timberman, Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson of Democratic Perspective examined implications of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the National Security Agency. At issue is whether or not the NSA’s surveillance program is unreasonable as defined by … Continue reading

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