Patrick Corcoran
Patrick Corcoran
Dec. 22, 2012

iPhone 5 Will Secretly Ruin Your Life

Cell phones are no longer just pieces of technology. We spend more time with them than any other part of our lives.

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Nov. 6, 2012

Obama vs Romney: Neither Bring the Change America Needs

The role of Congress in politics has fallen apart, and the American people are enslaved by executive authority. The Anti-Federalists are spinning in their graves.
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June 3, 2012

Zimbawe's Mugabe Appointment as Envoy for Tourism Proves the UN is a Joke

Zimbawe's brutal dictator Robert Mugabe has been appointed as an international envoy for tourism by the U.N. Sadly, this is not a joke.
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Dec. 30, 2011

Arab Spring Won't Bring Democracy to Middle East

Democracy in the Middle East and North Africa won't lead to an immediate democratic transition.
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Aug. 8, 2011

Are Video Games Turning Farmers into Fighters?

Violent games do not militarize people, and should remain protected by the Constitution.
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June 23, 2011

Libya Bombing Transcends Party Politics

Democrats and Republicans are now more often siding with each other on foreign policy issues, blurring ideology.

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May 3, 2011

What Bin Laden's Death Doesn't Solve

Bin Laden's death is a welcome relief, but, as with all organizations, the mission of Al-Qaeda will carry on without its leader. His death does not fix many of the problems in the Middle East.
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March 29, 2011

In Libya, 'History Doesn't Repeat - it Rhymes'

Absent from the debate on U.S. intervention in Libya is the all-important question of why America is there in the first place?
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March 22, 2011

Africa's Oil, China's Investment

As China's economy grows and it become more heavily reliant upon oil, expect to see more of a Chinese investment presence in Africa.