Jan 21, 2020

A Bad Time For a Food Stamp President | Power Line

Maybe Russia will be satisfied with annexing Crimea and will have no further imperial ambitions. Maybe China is just kidding about going to war with Japan. Maybe the Islamic terrorists have done their worst and will turn to peaceable pursuits. Then again, maybe not. The world continues to be a dangerous place, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine reminds us. The timing of President Obama's announced...

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