Jason Louis Gallien | United States of America Birthrights fail to be created, generated, granted, or issued by a fictional, abstract entity–generally, but more so
This troubling lawsuit is hardly the first controversy for the U.S. military contractor. Indeed, DynCorp is one of the most controversial military contractors, given its past scandals, many of which involved the company facilitating human trafficking and child prostitution. For instance, in the late 1990s, DynCorp employees were accused of raping children in Bosnia as well as buying and selling girls as young as 12 for use as sex slaves. They also assisted the illegal transport of women into Bosnia for human trafficking purposes.
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By Michelle Malkin | National Review Doctors held a teenager involuntarily for a year and a half and said they were helping her. Boston – On
Zero Hedge Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lashed out at the UK government over Twitter on Friday after Britain’s official UN account (UK Mission to the
The quasi-government group follows one rule: the U.S. has an unqualified right to do unto others what others may not do unto the U.S. The
Reuters Staff SHANGHAI (Reuters) – The United States should learn from China and “genuinely” protect human rights by restricting gun ownership, an editorial in a