Dare to Dream

February 19, 2014 0

  By TLB contributor: Steve Cook Robin Koerner ‘s excellent article on paradigms ( is well worth a read and it got me thinking, bringing to the fore something that has been on my mind for a […]


Why I Shall Become an American

February 16, 2014 0

By TLB Contributor: Robin Koerner. Sometime toward the end of this year, I shall become an American citizen. A few of my European friends look confused when they realize that I go around the world […]


Privacy vs. Security: A False Dichotomy

February 14, 2014 1

By TLB Contributor: Robin Koerner. Click here for the NPR TED Radio Hour segment on privacy and the TEDTalks that inspired this post. There is really only one argument in support of mass surveillance by […]


Political Liberty Turns 1,000 Years Old

February 13, 2014 1

By TLB Contributor: Robin Koerner Ernest Renan, a nineteenth-century French philosopher, noted, “Getting its history wrong is part of being a nation.” This truth has profound implications, chief among which is that the cultural and […]


The Rise and Rise of the Blue Republican

October 20, 2013 0

Contributed to TLB By: By Robin Koerner In 2008, many Democrats and Independents voted for Obama, believing that in voting against Bush’s Republicans, they were voting against crony corporatism (remember Haliburton, corporate bailouts?), wars of […]

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