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Surrender Monkeys Become Interventionist Gorillas!

Paris has become Europe's leading hawk. It actually isn't an anomaly

With the British parliament’s no vote on Syria intervention, France has become President Obama’s most important ally as he plans strikes against Bashar Assad’s regime. And if the U.S. Congress follows in the footsteps of their British counterparts and votes against a military operation, France would emerge as the major military power most willing to intervene to punish the Syrian regime for its alleged use of chemical weapons.

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John Brennan is the best nominee to run the Central Intelligence Agency in a generation--alas. The best of a bad lot.

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Yes, Israel just enjoyed 40 years of peace. No longer.

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I turned off the TV feeling that I finally understood Obama, the man.

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What's next for Navy's SEAL Team Six?

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The Syrian rebellion is exposing a dangerous contradiction in the Shia of the Middle East. Why are the victims supporting the victimizers?

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Why the U.S.'s choice to remove the Iranian group MEK from the list of terror organization could come back to bite it down the road

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The sanctimonious former prime minister is being paid millions to pal around with corrupt dictators.

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Baathism: An Obituary

When Bashar Al Assad's government finally collapses in Syria, it will mean the end of a totalitarian ideology that thrived—and killed—for 70 years.

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If nothing else, the NYT report today of additional pre-9/11 warnings about Al Qaeda serves to puncture our disconcerting national amnesia.

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