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Statement of Senator Patrick Leahy On The Situation In Guatemala

What is happening in Guatemala today is both unique and encouraging in the way it has inspired and united, for the first time in Guatemala’s history, indigenous and non-indigenous, both rural and urban groups, poor and middle class that previously did not share a common agenda.  1,417 more words


US Senator Calls Nigerian Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram “Rapists”

While in the US, president Buhari criticized the Leahy Law – a U.S. human rights law that prohibits the U.S. Department of State and Department of Defense from providing military assistance to foreign military units that violate human rights. 307 more words


Congratulations to Princeton's Seniors

One of my biggest wishes is that NCAA Women’s Hockey would get more attention.  Well that’s why this blog is here.  Without further ado, let’s congratulate the senior class of 2014-2015 as teams are eliminated from further play. 115 more words


Where is the Beauty?

Dan Leahy

CIP: Campaign for Real Beauty

Models have always been used to enhance advertisements from burgers and fries to car dealerships. What used to be almost boyish figures with clothes hanging off of them has changed into a style that favors the natural beauty of woman, one that promotes a healthier body image for young woman around the world. 698 more words

Applied Ethics

What's Become of the News?

Dan Leahy

Media Ethics

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What Has Become of the News?

The media in America used to be the most steadfast and reliable of any nation in the world. 630 more words

Illinois peeps, check out - Members of Congress, in Cuba, Discuss Trade but Don’t Meet With Castro

An expected session with President Raúl Castro did not materialize after the delegation met with several Cuba dissidents.. via NYT World http://ift.tt/1xOlBst


FreedomInfo: "FOIA Bill Post Mortem: Mysteries, Multiple Causes"

Ed. note: This article has been crossposted from FreedomInfo.org 

By Toby McIntosh

The final days of modest legislation to reform the Freedom of Information Act were surprisingly dramatic. 3,184 more words