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  • There is Nothing Sacred About the Military Vote

    by Rachel Gunter

    After a patient count, Joe Biden has claimed victory, and fears that late-arriving military absentee ballots could be subject to litigation that might decide the election have receded. This is fortunate, because history shows parties won't hesitate to interfere with the military vote for political advantage.


  • Mothers and Food Aid from World War One to Today

    by William Lambers

    There are millions of mothers across the world right now desperate to save their children from malnutrition. On Mother’s Day, and every day, we should take action to help them. 



  • May Fourth, the Day That Changed China

    by Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom

    Protests in 1919 propelled the country toward modernity. One hundred years later, the warlord spirit is back in Beijing.