The Hazleton Rebellion

There have been several rebellions in American history which were important--not for their military power--but for their politics...

By |2007-03-02T12:27:04-05:00March 2nd, 2007|

No Geneva Conventions for Terrorists

By Peter Ferrara — Contrary to what the mainstream media has been reporting, the Supreme Court in the Hamdan case did not hold that the Geneva Conventions apply to terrorists based on the terms or provisions of those conventions. The Court held that language in a Federal statute, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, applies the protections of the Geneva Conventions to terrorists. The terms of the Geneva Conventions themselves exclude terrorists from the protections of the Conventions.

By |2006-09-27T07:36:56-04:00September 27th, 2006|


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