Terri Langston

Terri Langston is senior editor at The Globalist.

Ottawa: A Sergeant-at-Arms As the Real Thing

Competence and the protection of the people’s house.

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Al Capone of the Yoga Mat

Second Amendment joys: Only in the United States could an exercise mat be mistaken for a gun.

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Healing D.C.: What Muriel Bowser Must Do

Can the D.C. mayor-in-waiting overcome the racial divide that persists in the U.S. capital city?

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Obama’s Dangerous Road to Data Privatization

A tool to track “illegal aliens” potentially to track everyone else?

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Goodnight Moon. Goodnight NSA.

What can jolt Americans into seeing that security comes only through transparent civic institutions?

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The Narrative of the Privileged American Male

Why are Republicans having such a hard time coming to grips with the electoral defeat?

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An American in Poland, Anno 1983: Return to the West (Part V)

After viewing a country under oppressive Soviet rule, what impressions would an American student take back home?

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An American in Poland, Anno 1983: In Warsaw (Part IV)

What kind of restrictions were placed on the Polish people in 1983?

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An American in Poland, Anno 1983: The Role of Churches (Part III)

How can shared hardships bring people of different faiths together?

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An American in Poland, Anno 1983: In Gdansk (Part II)

Why was there such a large feeling of helplessness in 1983 Poland?

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