Lessons in Federalism

Imagine the local sheriff or police chief issuing an arrest warrant for the President of the United States. Imagine that the majority of the citizens in that local jurisdiction agree with the arrest warrant, and in fact take to the streets to support its issuance. Imagine that other local sheriffs and police chiefs band together to push […]

A Portrait of the Journalist as a Young Man

There is no more exciting adventure than questioning those in power. It’s an act I’ve been able to enjoy in different countries, cities, and languages. I’ve been able to interview small-town mayors, bigwig police chiefs, and was even awarded the chance to grill New Jersey Governor Chris Christie while he flirted with running for national […]

L’État Contre les Jeunes

Les baby-boomers ont perpétré un véritable hold-up générationnel : ils ont sans cesse augmenté la taille de l’État québécois pour profiter de ses largesses en confisquant aux plus jeunes leur part de la richesse collective. Or, à l’heure où toutes nos institutions vacillent, ils atteignent l’âge de la retraite et menacent de porter le coup […]

My New Life in RSS Information Management

I have always been an individual both surrounded and fascinated by information. For the past 10 years, I have used the internet, books, magazines, newspapers, and television programs to craft my vision and understanding of the world. Before I was able to travel throughout so many beautiful European countries, I was merely a man informed by written […]

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Yaël

From a very early age, children are taught that the American justice system is the fairest and most accessible in the world. This is to be contrasted with the endless examples of banana republics and kangaroo courts offered abroad, which promise nothing but corruption, injustice, and arbitrary rule of law. In the United States of […]

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