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Friday, April 19, 2013

Interesting Reading on Current Events

Two interesting posts from VC in the last day on current events in Boston. The first, from Stewart Baker, asserts that the ACLU and EFF were wrong about thing #1, and concludes that they therefore must also be wrong about thing #2. The second, from Eugene Kontorovich, laments (I think) that the two Chechen suspects "have succeeded in turning Boston, America’s cradle of liberty, into a prison," a situation that shows "that it is not just the civil liberties of terrorists at stake, but also those of millions of innocent civilians." He adds that, if these suspects are actually part of the group of Chechen Islamic terrorists from abroad and if that threat has come to the United States, then "dealing with such a threat would also be impossible with a politically correct approach to counter-terror that, for example, turns away from talking frankly about the terrorists['] profiles and motives," which would mean, well, I'm not sure what, but it sure would be better than "obscene lines and searches at airports."

Search me if I can figure out exactly what the hell either of them are talking about. But, like I said, interesting posts. 

Posted by Paul Horwitz on April 19, 2013 at 12:58 PM in Paul Horwitz | Permalink


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Boston is now a "cradle of liberty" largely because patriots like Sam Adams conducted some of the first acts of terrorism on Amerikan soil.

Posted by: jimbino | Apr 21, 2013 4:56:13 PM

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