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Robert Wargas

Robert Wargas is a contributor to PJ Media. A native of Long Island, he was educated at the City University of New York and Yale University, and has also written for The Daily Telegraph of London and The Weekly Standard. Outside of opinion writing, he has worked as a professional historian for a major research laboratory and university, documenting the history of biotechnology since the 1970s. He has also reported for both weekly and daily newspapers, including Newsday. He maintains a personal blog/website at robertwargas.org. Follow him on Twitter @RobertWargas
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Will People Eventually Reject Technology?

Sunday, June 21st, 2015 - by Robert Wargas

Bread, circuses, and the Internet: Columbia University's infamous "Mattress Girl" is a cautionary tale on many levels.

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Free Speech Free Fall: New Belgium Law Fines ‘Offensive Language’

Thursday, September 6th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

"Any form of insult is from now on punishable, whether it be racist, homophobic or otherwise" — Brussels Mayor Freddy Thielemans

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The Beaten Devil

Friday, July 27th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

The evil charm of Alexander Cockburn.

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The Cliches of Tyranny

Sunday, July 15th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

Jonah Goldberg's battle in the war of ideas.

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Jimmy Carter: Human Rights Violator

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

Judging the ex-president by his own standards.

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Please, Please, Please Call Me a Racist™

Friday, May 25th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

It's become a badge of honor.

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America Will Lead the World to Freedom

Thursday, March 15th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

"Eighty years after the Great Depression, a strong, successful, and confident America remains the best hope for a stable and prosperous world."

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Do ‘Sanctions’ Work?

Saturday, January 28th, 2012 - by Robert Wargas

Overused, politically charged words have a funny way of draining themselves of all meaning.

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