The casual and deeply malevolent insult delivered to President Putin on television smacks of the hideous years of Trump.
We know what keeps America safe at night — rough men on the walls stand ready to visit violence on those who would do us harm, duh. But what about Canada? Or say, Cambodia or Bolivia?
Urging his countrymen to support the then-forthcoming U.S. invasion of Iraq, Robert Kagan insisted in 2002 that “No step would contribute more toward shaping a world order in which our people and our liberal civilization can survive and flourish.” The latest issue of Foreign Affairs features a new rendering of what we have come to expect from Kagan.
The prize for the truly awful story of the week goes to the appointment of AIPAC monster to head Pentagon planning for the Middle East.