John McCain’s Sorry Iraq War Apology

John McCain’s Sorry Iraq War Apology

Sen John McCain (R-Ariz.) made a quasi-apology for the consequences of Iraq war: “The principal reason for invading Iraq, that Saddam had WMD, was wrong,” wrote McCain. “The war, with its cost in lives and treasure and security, can’t be judged...

Selective Respect

John McCain is developing a bad case of selective respect.  For the Constitution, that is. Recently, he called upon the principle of States Rights in advocating drilling for oil off the coasts of California and Florida. But, isn’t he violating this principle at...

Limited or Unlimited Government?

Although the founders wrote the US Constitution to limit the powers of the federal government, politicians from both sides of the aisle take the position that their power is far beyond what was ever imagined. And now, John McCain’s new advisor, Michael Goldfarb,...

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