Steven T. Newcomb

It is typical to refer to our respective nations and peoples as being "in" Canada or "in" the United States and therefore as being deemed subject to the jurisdictions of those two political constructs called "states" in international law....

9/30/11
Steven T. Newcomb

English is a labyrinth language. It has buried within it many hidden or little noticed meanings that reveal deeper insights about all kinds of things that folks tend to take for granted....

8/26/11
Steven T. Newcomb

For many thousands of years, our indigenous ancestors lived free and independent of Christian European domination....

7/19/11
J K?haulani Kauanui

This week, nearly 40 passengers (unarmed peace activists and media people) will board The Audacity of Hope, a U.S. flagged boat, which will set sail from Greece and join the international Freedom Flotilla II....

6/25/11
Steven T. Newcomb

One seldom has an opportunity to converse with one of the brethren of the U.S. Supreme Court, as I did on August 31, 2006....

6/23/11
Steven T. Newcomb

Words have a history. Words from the past have the ability to colonize the present. Words shape and create reality....

6/15/11
Steve Newcomb

In March 2011, the U.S. government filed a response brief to two appeals by two Guantanamo Bay detainees. They had been convicted of "providing material support for terrorism" and their defense contended that the charge was not a war crime subject to military tribunal jurisdiction....

6/2/11
Steven T. Newcomb

What the hell were they thinking? Why would the first African American President of the United States, as U.S. Commander in Chief, think nothing of U.S....

5/3/11