Larry Lease

America Are We Awake Yet

September 20, 2013

We experienced a horrific attack in our Nation’s Capitol an unknown suspect entered into the Washington DC navy yard and went on a rampage killing several people and wounding dozens. I believe President Obama and the Democrats actions will be to call for stricter gun control; this has been the actions after other attacks including […]

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Egypt Vs. Zimmerman: National Media Chaos

August 13, 2013

Unless a person has been living under a rock, most of us already know the George Zimmerman murder trial has been the latest “trial of the year” as anointed by the national media. Of course, the Zimmerman trial dealt with whether he was justified in using force that resulted in the death of Trayvon Martin. […]

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International Justice Mission – Rescuing Victims of Violence

August 8, 2013

Many people in this world take a stand for various things: the environment, better working conditions or their own political views. The International Justice Mission (IJM) takes a stand and fights for justice. According to the IJM website, the International Justice Mission was “founded in 1997. IJM began operations after a group of human rights […]

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Human Rights Have Two Types of Enemies

August 5, 2013

At Two Risks Human Rights are there to be observed. But in cases where they are not observed, they have two types of enemies responsible, those who violate them and those who abuse them. Human Rights therefore are at two risks, they can be violated and they can also be abused. The unfortunate thing is […]

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Future of Cyber Terrorism

July 29, 2013

*SORRY IT’S SO LONG**   With so much attention being demanded by terrorism these days, it is a wonder that there have not been any real cases of Cyber Terrorism. Why is this? Should we be worried, or is it all under control? What Cyber Terrorism Is and Is Not According to the FBI, cyber […]

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The Economics Of Human Trafficking

July 23, 2013

The human trafficking industry is a 32 billion dollar industry. Many people ask what is human trafficking! According to the UN Office of Drug and Crime they define human trafficking as: “the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of […]

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Are Democracy & Human Rights Practiced in East Asia

July 15, 2013

Human Rights and democracy go hand in hand. A country cannot say that it is observing human rights if democracy is not instituted. The cry for democracy and for action against human rights violations is common in East Asia, Japan, North and South Korea and China and Mongolia, Vietnam, Philippines, and the other South East […]

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Is National Security More Important Than Civil Rights?

July 9, 2013

A People cannot thrive without stability and freedom from violence. Of course, democracies like the United States are founded on the principle that the people are best suited to choose their government, thus certain fundamental rights must be guaranteed. A successful democracy, therefore, must balance the necessity of national security with the need for civil […]

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Three Reasons Why Economics Won’t be the 2014 Election issue

July 8, 2013

There’s a myth that economics are always the decisive issue in politics, and everything else (war, scandal, social issues) is just window dressing. But that’s not likely to be the case in 2014, as economic issues take a backseat to other factors. Unlike so many famous elections decided by a recession (1932, 1980, 2008) or […]

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The Importance of The Gettysburg Address

July 4, 2013

“Their feet are speedy to shed blood.”-Rom. 3:15 On November 19, 1863 Abraham Lincoln addressed a crowd at Gettysburg Pennsylvania. The speech he delivered was short and concise. A bloody battle had ensued some four months prior. 50,000 or more men had their lives snuffed out in a span of three days. The Union President […]

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