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US Foreign Policy Has Always Been Aggressive

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Blog02/24/2022

The United States is not now—and has never been—in any position to lecture other countries about the moral evils of aggressive foreign policy.

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The Steep Cost of Sanctions for Europe and Russia

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Blog02/21/2022

The Ukraine crisis arrives in the middle of an evident slowdown of the largest economies after the placebo effect of massive stimulus plans has already worn off.

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Is NATO a Dead Man Walking?

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Blog02/19/2022

Even as the USA seeks to expand NATO while it escalates tensions with Russia, the organization is facing internal pressures as some member nations do not agree with Washington's saber-rattling agenda.

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An American Fight in Ukraine Brings Big Costs, No Benefits

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Blog02/10/2022

What US policymakers should do in the interest of the American people is obvious: stay home, save lives.

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Why Die for Ukraine?

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The saddest part of this whole manufactured crisis is that it should make absolutely no difference to us whether Russia controls Ukraine. How is that a threat to the United States?

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Americans May Finally Be Losing Confidence in the Woke Military

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Blog01/12/2022

Trust in the US military has plummeted according to a recent survey, and conservative Americans may finally realize that the military is just a wing of the woke, progressive American establishment.

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My Favorite Antiwar Protest: A Time of Mounted Park Police and "Free Speech Zones"

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Blog12/21/2021

The antiwar movement had been comatose for five years, ever since Obama ascended into the White House. But the potential of a new war in Syria revived moribund activists.

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The West Must Stop Trying To Expand NATO into Ukraine

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Blog12/13/2021

The US and NATO must do as little as possible to contribute to the conflict in Ukraine. This especially includes continuing to arm Ukraine and insisting that it has a future in NATO.

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Poland's Beef with the EU Shows the Dangers of Political Centralization

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Blog12/04/2021

The more the EU micromanages Polish internal affairs and punishes Poland for the simple act of exercising self-determination, more the benefits of leaving the bloc altogether will continue to increase.

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The Oklahoma National Guard Refused the Vax Mandate. The Pentagon Is Not Pleased.

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Blog11/18/2021

Combined with the US military’s turn toward “woke” politics, this latest episode around vaccine mandates will further help to undermine support for military institutions among conservatives and Republicans. 

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