Commentary

January 11, 2020
Commentary

Be Skeptical about the Census

Why wouldn’t someone want to contribute to social science and an accurate head count? The history of the census provides ample evidence to justify such reluctance.

Inside Sources
July 16, 2019
Commentary

The Peculiar Priorities of Adam Schiff

Has the chairman of House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence usurped the roles of his House Judiciary and Foreign Affairs counterparts at the expense of his own committee’s oversight responsibilities?
The Hill (Online)
June 6, 2019
Commentary

The Snowden Effect, Six Years On

The USA Freedom Act expiration deadline is an opportunity to holistically address the wide range of these abuses, as well emerging technologies that further threaten the constitutional rights and privacy of all of us.
Just Security
June 5, 2019
Commentary

Seventy Years Later, It’s Still ‘1984’

We shouldn’t fear the U.S. turning into Orwell’s dystopian nightmare just yet. But at a time when political dishonesty is rampant, we should remember 1984s most important lesson: The state can occupy your mind.

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