Loose Canons

Loose Canons

The EU’s War on NATO

By 9.10.02

The Western alliance's biggest enemy is not al-Qaeda or Saddam but an arrogant bureaucracy located right in its capital.
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Saddam Esse Delendum

By 9.4.02

The president's indecision has produced an eerie feeling in Washington and among our allies, both real and Saudi.
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Letting Lecter Loose

By 8.27.02

The War on Terror can't be won without nation building, as we're disastrously learning in Afghanistan and are bound to learn shortly in Iraq.
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Meanwhile, Back in Baghdad

By 8.20.02

The cacophony of debate about U.S. plans for Iraq has drowned out any public discussion about what a very busy bad guy Saddam has been of late.
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Will Kane and Hamlet

By 8.13.02

If President Bush wants indispensable British support for war against Iraq, he will have to address Parliament to preempt the British left -- and a meddling Bill Clinton.
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Turning Iran Around

By 8.7.02

Two days ago, massive anti-government demonstrations in nearly every major city in Iran sent the Islamic thugocracy there an unmistakable message: your time is short. Why isn't that being reported?
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Congressional Leakology

By 8.6.02

Someone should go to jail for revealing sensitive intelligence information that may have compromised the key assets of our intelligence community.
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Dancing at the Naysayers’ Ball

By 8.2.02

The president's failure to resolve the internal fight over whether to remove Saddam has left a political vacuum Congress is now rushing to fill.
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Stalled at the Euphrates

By 7.30.02

The illustrious Barbara Boxer wants Army Secretary White fired -- but for the wrong reason. The scandal isn't Enron, but his resistance to Secretary Rumsfeld's modernization plans.
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Tell It to the Marines

By 7.26.02

The time has come to stop the U.N.'s game of coddling terrorists who've specialized in killing America's finest.
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