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Vol 49 Issue 35

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The Case For And Against Intervening In Syria

While the Obama administration has been considering an armed intervention in Syria following the gassing deaths of hundreds of Syrian civilians, a vocal movement in Congress and among the general public has emerged in opposition of any U.S.

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50% Of Americans Oppose Intervention In Syria

According to an NBC poll, 50 percent of Americans oppose the use of military force against Syria in the wake of a purported chemical weapons attack by the government of Bashar al-Assad, compared to 42 percent who support military action.
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NSA Spied On United Nations

According to leaked documents published by a German newspaper, the National Security Agency hacked into the video conferencing system at the United Nations headquarters in New York last summer, allowing it to spy on meetings. What do you think?

  • “This never would have happened in the League of Nations.”

    Daryl Blake
    Marine Surveyor
  • “I wish I loved what I did as much as the NSA does.”

    Larry Clemenson
    Unemployed
  • “Did they hack into the mainframe?”

    Abbie Genaro
    Donut Icer
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