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Nothing More Than Jumbled Pictures

Upon initially reading  Nicholas Schmidle’s article titled “Getting Bin Laden,” I was entranced with this dramatic telling of the night that Osama Bin Laden. It was almost too much to mentally take in. There was absolutely nothing left for the reader … Continue reading

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To Our Readers:

The following article by Nicholas Schmidle is a fast paced narrative about the mission to kill Osama Bin Laden. The article is laced with countless details that seem to imply a first-hand account of that night either from the SEALs … Continue reading

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Failed States

Each year, the Fund for Peace organization conducts a study to list the world’s so called “Failed States.” The Failed States index “ranks 177 countries using 12 social, economic, and political indicators of pressure on the state, along with over 100 … Continue reading

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The Mold of a Terrorist

For Americans after September 11, 2001, trying to understand who was and who was not a terrorist became a really big deal. Were all terrorists poor Muslims, intent on destroying us? Or were they a group of very different people, … Continue reading

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To Kill a Man

Growing up in a Christian community, I have heard “thou shalt not kill” like a broken record. I would like to imagine that all people feel that way. However, it constantly amazes me that typically there is at least one, … Continue reading

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God Bless America

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion …” It never ceases to amaze me that the very first words of the very first amendment in the Constitution, also known as the “law of the land”, are in my opinion, … Continue reading

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How to protect a Nation:

It takes a special kind of person to handle to stress of being The President of the United States. Seriously, imagine that the main objective of your job is to protect an entire nation while staying obligated to multiple allied … Continue reading

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Metz Diagram

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Kasey Stewart, Reflective Essay

Defining a Terrorist             Throughout Reza Aslan’s Beyond Fundamentalism: Confronting Religious Extremism in the Age of Globalization he makes multiple claims essentially focused around two statements; In this new globalized world we live in, religion is becoming the new form … Continue reading

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Chapter 6; Group 2

Christina Zaranka: Page 130: “The European Union is an unprecedented geopolitical realignment the likes of which has not been seen since the end of the Roman Empire.” Roman Empire: “The empire centered at the city of Rome, in what is … Continue reading

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