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Troubled Times at the Baltimore Sun…

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On April 12, 2008
Really, was it wise to publish Matt Duss so soon after the Scott Templeton fiasco? Makes me wonder if there’s even a place called “Iraq”; seriously, does anyone believe that “Fred and Kimberly Kagan” are actually real people? Isn’t it more likely that Duss simply manufactured them from whole cloth?

Missile Defense and Iran

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On December 6, 2007

Michael Goldfarb dissents from my conclusions on the implications of the NIE on missile defense, and further asserts that liberals should love missile defense: And finally, liberals fundamentally misu

Oh, and that Other Thing…

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On December 4, 2007

For the last two years, we have justified putting a missile defense system in Eastern Europe explicitly around the threat of Iranian ballistic missiles. In addition to the extraordinary financial cost

Island of Balta believes “”In 20 years, we will look back and say that the single greatest failure of this Administration was the fact that it allowed Iran time to build the bomb.” This got me thinking. Balta may well be right.  However, there are MANY things that we might refer to as the greatest […]
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