The Fine Line Between Mending and Meddling
America / Economy / Foreign Policy / Middle East

The Fine Line Between Mending and Meddling

The United States is the largest giver of foreign aid in the world, providing $49.5 billion in economic and military assistance in 2011. Clearly, charity is one of our strong suits. But with the slow economic recovery, and approximately $12 trillion in national debt, the fact is that we cannot afford to keep this up. … Continue reading

From Parental Controls to Governmental Controls
Politics / Regulation / U.S. Domestic Policy

From Parental Controls to Governmental Controls

I’m sure all of you are familiar with the internet – if you weren’t, you wouldn’t be reading this. There are 2.3 billion internet users around the world. The majority of these users are concentrated in the developed world, but many also reside in newly industrialized countries like China, India, and Brazil. As the number … Continue reading