The lesson of Iraq was that in the modern era, invading a country is easy — but occupation is hard, and costly.
The big loser in Ukraine is Russia, though the US isn’t far behind.
“The crowd is much thinner than expected today. Seems someone closed two-thirds of the stadium turnstiles.”
Conservatives accuse liberals of fascism because that is the type of politician too many Republicans want to be.
Everyone is talking about “revenge,” but what if Bridgegate was actually about money?
A federal court ruling that an NSA wiretap program is unconstitutional has huge implications.
1,833 people didn’t die when the Obamacare web site glitched, and it didn’t cost the American people $100 bn.
The NSA must protect US and allied information systems from attack. All other concerns are secondary.
In the past we would work with the NSA to help keep American/western data safe. Now, they’re the bad guys.
Ironically, John Boehner is permitting the government shutdown to prevent something much worse: debt default.