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Biden Deserves Credit, Not Blame, for Afghanistan by David Rothkopf (The Atlantic) Former military officers and intelligence operatives, as well as commentators who had long been advocates of extendin...
"Former military officers and intelligence operatives, as well as commentators who had long been advocates of extending America’s presence in Afghanistan, railed against Biden’s artificial deadline. They all conveniently forgot that they were responsible for some of America’s biggest errors in this war and instead were incandescently self-righteous in their invective..."
"In this ruling, the court overthrew longstanding precedent that kept the court away from what has been seen as the executive branch's domain: foreign policy. For decades the Supreme Court shied away from "the danger of unwarranted judicial interference in the conduct of foreign policy." Now the court is saying that a federal judge in Texas appointed by Donald Trump has the power to direct President Joe Biden's foreign policy with Mexico in negotiating the immigration policy."
The radical and unlawful Supreme Court decision handed down Tuesday on immigration makes reforming that court all the more urgent, before they can do more damage to an increasingly fragile system of g...
"The past 20 years have given us a glimpse of what the future could hold. In the next 20 years, depending on what steps we take now, the United States can become a surveillance state in the mold of China — or we can realize our aspirations to be a country in which people of all races, ethnicities, religions, and political beliefs are free to live their lives and speak their minds without fear."