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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - David Eisner
Boxing great Muhammad Ali, known for his unabashed self-confidence inside and outside the ring as well as his outspokenness on social and humanitarian causes, is the recipient of the 2012 Liberty Medal.
The Constitution is back in vogue, thanks in large part to its constant invocation by the likes of the upstart conservative "tea party" movement and one of its favorite sons, talk-show host Glenn Beck.
"I had assumed that the idea that American police would be using the same technology that our military is using in Afghanistan would garner an almost hysterical response," Mr. Eisner said.
David Eisner, president and CEO of the Constitution Center in Philadelphia, said he was surprised by the level of support for police use of drones.