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Frazer on whether the American Revolution was a “Just War”

Gregg Frazer has a new article out in the Journal of Military Ethics entitled “The American Revolution: Not a Just War.” Dr. Frazer has, if you don’t remember, made the case that the American Revolution violated the biblical injunction against revolution contained in Romans 13. Of course, such a claim would spark controversy among American…

Medicaid and the problems of law enforcement

Medicaid expansion would help with our policing problems: told you so edition

American Pharoah and the Moral Dilemma of Horse Racing

American Pharoah wins the Triple Crown. What horse racing means for the Bluegrass State and the moral dilemma it presents for race fans.


War. War Never Changes. Though, sometimes, paradigms do.

The next Religious Freedom question?

The ability for public schools to teach creationism might well be the next Religious Freedom debate.

Dirty Sexy Science

What the LaCour case reveals has less to do with peer review, replication, or publishing in general, and more to do with the types of research that we value.

Live by the sword of ill-conceived laws…

The man who shot George Zimmerman will be using Florida’s Stand Your Ground law as his defense.

why are you tasing me, I’m on the ground?

#shutdownbaseball protest (against police violence) ends with police committing acts of violence with tasers.

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