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Category Archives: Law and Policy
Here’s a letter to the Editor of mine published in today’s Wall Street Journal in response to the editorial “They Preached Liberty.”
I have a post up on Jesus Creed. Here’s the text: Thursday last week the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius – the health care law case. Not surprisingly, the talk shows, … Continue reading
This is a new post I have up over on Jesus Creed. It has been a while since I posted on Nicholas Wolterstorff’s books Justice: Rights and Wrongs and Justice in Love – life and work have been busy! Today … Continue reading
In today’s Wall Street Journal, World Vision President Richard Stearns writes: One objection that I often hear from evangelicals is that while aid is good, it is not the government’s job. Yes, individuals and churches play a vital role in … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted — work and life have been busy! For those who might be interested, here are some presentations I’ve recently given: Cyber-terrorism as a Crime and Cyber-surveillance, NJIT Cybersecurity and Terrorism Conference Dealing … Continue reading
A nice quote from Harvard law professor Joseph Singer, from the Cornell Law Review of all places: Americans reflexively oppose “big government” but support the myriad regulations and social programs that government enacts. They do not want regulations, but they … Continue reading
Part 3 of Hunting the Predators. Frightening beyond belief.
Here’s Part 2 of the chilling “Hunting the Predators” documentary, which I’ll be using in my Cybersecurity Law class.
I found this video while prepping my Cybersecurity Law syllabus for next semester. Chilling.