Perhaps now, the US security set-up will be willing to revisit its policy of racial profiling. In the context of serious human rights violations under the guise of terror screening, Jihad Jane’s case should validate the call for expanding the profiling process.
U.S. Marine Corp Lt. Gen. John M. Paxton, the director of operations for the Joint Staff, regarding the allied forces’ operation in Afghanistan, told the Senate Armed Services Committee in a briefing that highly-ranked Taliban leaders are gathering in Karachi, where 3,000,000 Pashtuns live, and it is hard to identify [Read more]
The United States of America campaigns for the spread of democracy abroad. It would do well to fix its own dysfunctional constitutional and political system. Its Senate is paralysed by filibuster while the house is a product of gerrymandering.