Bernie Sanders has not ruled out the limited use of drones, and that might provide some hints about his foreign policy platform
The GOP's crusade against illegal immigration is not only cruel and impractical, but it is also largely a "solution" in search of a problem.
The application of drone technology is evolving, as it moves from the realm of hobbyists and into the commercial world.
What is curious is the support many on the left have given Rand Paul despite his well-known, and well-publicized, stance on issues that are repulsive to progressives and even right-leaning centrists.
Barack Obama discussed drones during a Google Chat. Can anyone imagine a Republican President reaching out to people on social media, let alone discuss policy?
The comparison to Bush's torture program is categorically false - not only from a legal standpoint on the use of drones vs. the use of torture, but also with respect to transparency and oversight.
Trends in militarization, surveillance, and civil liberties violations raise disturbing questions about the exchange of liberty for security.
The use of drones is one of those issues in which the law allows it, but we may ask should we do it?
The far left is dealing with disappointment today as their attempt to turn the use of drones into a huge scandal has fizzled and died, because nobody cared.