Will Ron Paul Haunt Rand in 2016?

We don’t pick our parents, and by most any measure, Rand Paul was exceedingly lucky with his. Former GOP Representative and presidential candidate Ron Paul bequeathed to his son a name and a network that propelled his ascent from unknown ophthalmologist to presidential contender in the span of a few short years. But as Rand Paul prepares for a likely […]

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New Liberal Rallying Cry: ‘Free Higher Ed For Everyone!’

President Obama announced Thursday a new proposal to cover the cost of two years of community college tuition for any and all American students who maintain good grades. While the plan seemed radical to some—and others wondered how the U.S. government would pay for it—the idea of providing access to free higher education has gradually become a mainstream talking point […]

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NSA Director on Sony Hack: ‘The Entire World is Watching’

The hack against Sony last month was a “game changer” for cybersecurity, the NSA director said on Thursday National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers expressed support Thursday for the United States’ economic sanctions against North Korea in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, and called the attack against the movie studio a “game changer” for cybersecurity. “Sony […]

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Seoul Could Deport an American Author for Praising North Korea

Apparently, you’re not allowed to say that North Korean beer tastes good A Korean-American author living in South Korea faces deportation after making supposedly pro-Pyongyang comments during a lecture late last year — including a remark about the Hermit Kingdom’s palatable beer. On Thursday, prosecutors called on the Korea Immigration Service to deport Shin Eun-mi for violating the state’s security […]

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