Author Archives: Dallas Gingles

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Presidential Prerogative

When reflecting on questions of National Security and Civil Liberties, it is important to look at the mesh of ethics within the political realm.  One of the most important, and pertinent, aspects of the concept of civil liberties is the … Continue reading

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2012, National Security, and the Elections

With the Iowa Caucus now behind us, the election cycle is in full swing. The economy, specifically “jobs,” will probably continue to dominate the news cycle and the debates. The ethical implications of corporate greed, high unemployment rates, lending practices, … Continue reading

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National Security and Civil Liberties: Can you have your cake and eat it too?

Benjamin Franklin once wrote, “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”  It is safe to say, however, that Franklin lived in a very different America.  He resided in an … Continue reading

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