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Jan 22, 1998: Ted Kaczynski Pleads Guilty to Bombings

On this day in 1998, in a Sacramento, California, courtroom, Theodore J. Kaczynski pleads guilty to all federal charges against him, acknowledging his responsibility for a 17-year campaign of package bombings attributed to the “Unabomber.” Born in 1942, Kaczynski attended

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Outlaw That Speech Because it MIGHT Be a Threat…

Source: Intel Hub It was only a matter of time before the Gabrielle Giffords tragedy was turned into a rationale for the government to take more of our freedoms. This is how our government always responds to tragedy–it’s almost formulaic:

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Video: Senator Leahy on First Amendment Freedom

Source: First Amendment Center Senator Patrick Leahy spoke at a press conference at the Newseum on Jan. 11 on a range of topics, including the importance of the First Amendment. The Vermont Democrat also discussed the shooting of Ariz. Rep.

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The Death Penalty and Why the Arizona Murders Should Trouble Christians

Source: The Huffington Post By: Mark Osler, Professor of Law, University of St. Thomas A troubled loner with a gun decided to kill his Democratic Congresswoman outside a Tucson grocery store, and now six people are dead. As a former

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