Why haven't we formally declared war in Iraq?
Why is it considered a war?
Why does the President get to invoke war-time powers for an undeclared war?
What does "War on Terror[ism]" mean?
Under what conditions does a War on Terror end?
Is it when all terrorists are killed?
Or 99.9% maybe?
Or is it when the very emotion of terror is eliminated from the human range of emotions?
Is it acceptable for an authoritarian to use "war-time" or "emergency" powers during a war which never ends?
What about the "War on Drugs?" - does that end when all drugs are gone?
Being that knock-less raids have been conducted in the U.S. under the auspices of the "War on Drugs"
(again invoking special War-time priveleges), does that mean that U.S. soil is, in the minds of the
U.S. government, a War Zone?
How do you win a war that does not have well-defined enemies?
What is the most just form of government?
Left vs Right, Democrats vs Republicans
"I am on no ones' side, for no one is on my side," - Environmentalism vs The Environment
As time goes by, I will address in some way or another, each of these questions. Stay tuned...