Dubious but not definitive
Thanks for your input. Now run along.
I used to think the world changed that day. Actually, I did.
“The world is at war.”
“He’s the nominee. I hope that he changes.”
Vive la … ‘Murica?
Where does the cash come from?
It’s always more.
Give peace a chance, eh?
And Gitmo security issues?
The liberal wave, hosers
Keep it pretty, boys
Building off of the brand.
Support for soft power grows softer
Pete Hegseth tosses a few bombs. Rhetorically speaking, of course.
Do we stay or do we go?
Pushing back against the Euphemism Presidency?
A shift in priorities
We are still at war.
Not a lot of help
Friend or Foe?
A war by any other name
Rooting for success.
“This Islamism – a politicisation of religion to an intense and all-encompassing degree – is not confined to a fringe.”
ABC, CBS: Obama backpedals on tough language.
A serious but temporary blow?
“We must eliminate the cross.”
“No, if it had been torture, we wouldn’t have done it.”
Naïveté and wake-up calls.
“To my party, I’m a bit disappointed that you no longer apparently think we’re at war.”
“If Mr. Paul wants to be taken seriously, he needs to do more than pull political stunts that fire up impressionable libertarian kids.”
Iraqis want more military aid now, however.
Whether we like it or not.
“…the usher ran and got his gun and held the gunman at gunpoint.”
Decent football skills. Huge PR issues.