Governments get the bureaucracies the deserve.
President Bush's reputation as a radical is exaggerated. He is following in the footsteps of bold predecessors. So why is he making such a mess of it?
Reagan knew the difference between a conservative foreign policy and Wilsonian interventionism. Do his soi-disant heirs know it too?
Covenants without the sword are but words. You can do anything with bayonets but sit upon them. And both truths must be heeded.
Liberty and security are hard to combine. Georgians risk losing both.
If you want democracy for a week, invade. If you want it for a decade, occupy. If you want it for a lifetime, take up gardening.
Charles Krauthammer, Mark Brzezinski, Pater Lavelle, Jay Loo, Moshe Zvi Marvit and Fred Siegel.
What Europeans condemn as unilateralism is in fact traditional postwar internationalism. As Lockeans, Americans prefer it to transnationalism because it's democratic.
The International Committee of the Red Cross strains at the gnat of American unilateralism and swallows the camel of terrorist atrocities. Stop applauding.
Radical Islam is its own worst enemy. It will marginalize itself unless the United States overreacts.
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