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Mission Accomplished

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In General
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On May 8, 2015
Jeb is really starting his campaign on a high point. The Washington Post reported that Jeb cited his brother as an adviser on Israel, however, four sources confirmed to CNN that the comments were focused on foreign policy more broadly. Three of them said Jeb noted his brother was an adviser on the Middle East. […]

Drought

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On October 22, 2013

There’s no reason to think that the United States is more drought-immune than ancient societies that were destroyed by it: More than 3,200 years ago, life was abuzz in and around what is now thi

Today in Duh

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On August 23, 2013

I suppose it’s good to know for sure that the CIA orchestrated the 1953 coup in Iran, overthrowing a democratically elected government and replacing it with a corrupt but oil-providing Shah, alt

“Superpower?”

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In Robert Farley
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On May 31, 2010
I don’t want to interrupt Jeffrey Goldberg’s hand-wringing, but this really stood out: Israel may face, in the coming year, a threat to its existence the likes of which it has not experienced before: A theologically-motivated regional superpower with a nuclear arsenal. Really? We’re calling Iran a regional superpower now? Here’s some quick data on […]
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