September 28, 2016

Through Iron Sights: The Unintended Consequences of Intervention

This week an additional 400 American military personnel, mostly in special forces, went overseas to Syria in an effort to wrest control of Raqqa from ISIS. Looking at how much of the Middle […]
March 10, 2016

Syrian Refugees & Terrorism: A Warped Perception of a Real Crisis

If my mother had not left Thailand during the Vietnam War and sought refuge in Canada, she would be living a very different life right now. Without the opportunity to build a […]