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Senseless shooting: When will the US listen to gun reform

Haley Clegg

October 4, 2017

In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas that tragically took the lives of at least 59 people, and injured more than 500 others, the controversial gun control debate is once again making headlines. Politicians and world leaders have offered their condolences to the victims of the latest tragedy.   On...

China should increase security in Tiananmen Square

China should increase security in Tiananmen Square

David Frederick

November 6, 2013

Assuredly, we must recognize the importance of areas like Tiananmen Square. This past Monday, a family in an SUV drove through many citizens and then proceeded to light their car on fire, and an explosion rocked the same area that once had a citizen now known in the zeitgeist as ‘tankman’ stood his...

Osama bin Laden killed, Obama confirms news to nation

Derek Anderson

May 1, 2011

President Obama announced to the country late Sunday night that leader of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, who organized the Sept. 11 attacks, has been killed in a firefight in Pakistan. This operation ended a 10-year manhunt for Bin Laden, who had become one of the most wanted fugitives in the world. Obama...

Four ways to know if you’re dating a terrorist: an easy checklist

Four ways to know if you’re dating a terrorist: an easy checklist

December 1, 2010

Ronald Baez Journal Staff Just last Thursday, while the world as we know it (and by the world I mean the U.S.) was celebrating the American yearly ritualistic slaughtering of our would-be national bird, the U.S. Deptartment of Homeland Security finished its touches on its newest security alert u...

Flying? Through the scanner, please

Flying? Through the scanner, please

Ryan Boyle

December 1, 2010

Ryan Boyle Journal Staff What happened to the days where we all vented about how the IRS is “stealing” money from our paychecks and calls it taxes? Did everybody all of a sudden decide to lash out at the TSA because they put some fancy new machines in hundreds of airports that don’t have to ...

No fair trials for the Cuban Five

Harry Lam

October 13, 2010

Harry Lam Journal Staff In June 1998, Cuban government officials held a meeting with the FBI concerning terrorist plots against Cuba that were being organized by Cuban-exiled terrorist groups in Miami. Cuban officials handed over to the FBI the personal and contact information of five Cuban agent...

Expert discusses radicalism, foreign policy

Jeff Fish

March 3, 2010

Article by: Jeff Fish and Tom Logan "There needs to be a more realistic view of Islam" Daveed Gartenstein-Ross is a short man with big credentials when it comes to the study of radical Islam, which is why Suffolk GOP and the Foreign Policy Forum partnered to host a roundtable discussion featuring th...

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