Ten years after the horrific wounds he inflicted on the American people, Osama bin Laden is dead. His death brings a sense of closure to many eager to see justice served. With the most recognizable jihadist dead and gone, Americans have been prompted to reflect
The Editorial Board of the The Alligator at the University of Florida expressestypical American outrage over the new intrusive security at airports:
The main question Americans face is not one of ultimate safety — as the Yemen-originated printer bombs did not have to pass through an
Seven years ago, after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and President Bush's subsequent declaration of war on "terror", many argued that the world had changed forever. A "new normal" had arrived, in which Americans could no longer live in blithe ignorance to
In recent months, Congress has raised concerns over the president's use of warrantless wiretaps and his approval of a proposed take-over of major U.S. sea ports by a United Arab Emirates-owned company. In the case of warrantless wiretaps, the president is criticized for the excessive
We have forgotten 9/11.
Back then, four years ago, we all swore to "never forget" the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Everywhere you turned, American flags, waved proudly in the wind and bumper stickers declared our solidarity as a nation and reaffirming that pledge: "We
A peculiar and noteworthy feature of mankind can be observed in the importance we lend to certain pieces of matter. Consider the perilous quests on which men have launched, both mythical and historical, in pursuit of certain objects--like a wooden cup (the "Holy Grail") and