Articles by Thomas Lipscomb

Advice for Consent

U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly decided ten days ago to extend the Department of Justice consent decree of 2002 for another 18 months. The judge was responding to a group of states led by California and New York which... Read More

The Machine Stops

As Lake Ponchatrain's waters began to drown his city, New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin had the colossal nerve to shout indignantly "Get off your asses, and let's do something" -- and then continued doing nothing himself, but add to... Read More

Dead Men Walking?

The Islamic world after the terrorist attack of September 11th is teetering on the edge of massive change with a global realignment as extensive as the collapse of the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact in 1989 possibly underway. In retrospect... Read More

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