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Were the U.S. (today) in charge of East Germany (in the `80s), Communism Wouldn’t Have Fallen

It’s Independence Day back in the states, but here in Germany, they don’t seem to celebrate it (not sure why yet, but I’m on the case). I had a worrisome thought tonight. I realized that oppressive communism as it functioned … Continue reading

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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Incentive-Based Solutions

Recently, I watched the film Five Broken Cameras, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012. It got me thinking. Of course, the message of this film was that Israelis are violent, thieving brutes. And, of course, this is … Continue reading

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