The Misconception of Unity in the Face of Tragedy

The Misconception of Unity in the Face of Tragedy

Yet again, the world is confronted with the aftermath of senseless killings. With the recent loss of so many lives, it has become more important than ever to guard against becoming desensitized. There is a war on black lives, “blue lives” and LGBT lives, to name a few. The conflict humanity is facing is not […]

Supreme Court Gives Victory to Victims of Iranian Terror

Supreme Court Gives Victory to Victims of Iranian Terror

¬† On April 20, 2016, the United State Supreme Court ruled that Iran should be liable to terror victims and their families by permitting U.S. assets to be seized. The judgment arose out of the 1983 Beirut bombing case and other acts of terror committed by Iran¬†against Americans. In effect, the Supreme Court upheld an […]

No Apparent Deaths of U.S. Citizens From the Bombings in Brussels

No Apparent Deaths of U.S. Citizens From the Bombings in Brussels

  There are no apparent U.S. deaths in the Brussels bomb attack. At about 3:35 pm EDT, March 22, 2016, the website BreakingNews released an alert that a U.S. State Department spokesperson reported that the department does not know of any U.S. deaths in the attacks earlier today in Brussels. However, the spokesperson added, while […]

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