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Book Review: We Meant Well: How I Helped Lose the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Iraqi People by Peter Van Buren

No one defines responsibility for failure nor shuts off the massive flow of wasted money. Read More »

It’s All Over But The Shouting, Barry

We, the people, are caught between economic matches on the one side and terror war-based gasoline on the other. Read More »

Harvesting the Hurricane

The best we can hope for is far less likely to happen than the worst we can imagine. Read More »

A Herd of White Elephants

The way is clear for the triumphal entrance into New Rome for yet another member of THE 20th Century family. Read More »

What Took You So Long, Joe?

FOX must not still be on AIPAC's press release mailing list - or else Joe is an incredible tease. Read More »

We Need A Hero!

The last time we begged the wealthy to rescue our economy, the fee was the creation of the Federal Reserve. Read More »

Obama’s the One and Done

Obama had the most powerful group in the modern world behind him and still he surrendered. Read More »

The Extremity Scrawls On The Walls

The Democrats would have to crawl back to those they betrayed for succor and support. Read More »

I Am Barry’s Spine

I can cause Barry more double-barreled misery than any other part of his body. Read More »

America, We No Longer Know Ye. Or Care To

There is only one thing those who served and those who died need to know about their costly effort. Read More »