In fact, yes: the demand for drugs does come largely from the US.
Arming the Syrian rebels may do nothing more than prolong a seemingly endless war, and pull the United States into a conflict it shouldn’t be involved in.
A new poll shows that 62% of Americans oppose American military intervention in Syria’s civil war.
John McCain is right that we shouldn’t send ground troops to Syria, but his idea for increased U.S. intervention in the country’s civil war is still too risky.
Shutting down media that the government doesn’t like is unlikely to solve the sectarian problems in Iraq.
President Obama may regret drawing a line in the sand over Syrian chemical weapons.
A preventative strike against North Korea is a bad idea.
So what, exactly, is going on in North Korea? And how should we respond to Kim’s bluster?
The Army has war gamed a conflict to secure a failed North Korea. It would not be a cakewalk.
Providing a little context for Pope Francis’ background+Erick Erickson needs to learn a little history.