In the 2020 legislative session, the Florida Senate and House of Representatives will decide on two bills — HB 265 and SB 404, respectively, which would force minors to obtain parental consent before … [Read more...] about The Problem With Forced Parental Consent
J. Robert Oppenheimer, reflecting on the power of the nuclear weapons he helped to develop, quoted this line from the the Hindu text, the Bhagavad Gita. He knew the terrifying reality that would come … [Read more...] about Fire and Fury: The End of a Nuclear Forces Treaty
Midterm elections ended Tuesday night not with a blue wave, or a red wave, but with a little surge in one direction, some historic elections, and not much else. Midterm elections are often used as … [Read more...] about Florida Midterms Elections: Where Does The Democratic Party Go From Here?
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During April of 2018, the Secretary-General of the UN, António Guterres, declared that the Cold War had returned to the world “with a vengeance”, nearly three decades following the demise of the … [Read more...] about From Ukraine to Syria: The Frosty Comeback of the Cold War