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If you have time, Mr. President, Senator Paul can help you learn the Constitution means what it says

“While we all condemn the atrocities in Syria, the United States was not attacked. The President needs congressional authorization for military action as required by the Constitution, and I call on him to come to Congress for a proper debate. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving thoughts on non-intervention and treason

North Korea: The North Korean military’s artillery attack on a South Korean island this week — and act of war — again highlights why non-interventionists cannot be Pacifists. Whether or not the U.S. alliance with South Korea is a good … Continue reading

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Note to Tea Party: End interventionism first

With mid-term voting over it is difficult to know exactly how many reliable voices and votes Tea Party (TP) issues will command in the Republican caucus beginning in January, 2011. Indeed, a cynic might expect savvy, long-time Republicans to simply … Continue reading

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Let us have truth: Hiroshima and George W. Bush

August 6th is a date that sticks in my throat each year because it brings Pacifists, fools, liars, and fantasists — the dependable base of the Democratic Party — slithering out of their holes to attack commonsense from every possible … Continue reading

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“The only principle in this war is which party can whip” … and America is being whipped by its own leaders

The Washington Post this week ran a three-part story describing the enormous growth of the U.S. intelligence community (IC) since 2001. Overall there is not much new in the story, as only a blind person could have missed the IC’s … Continue reading

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