Issues 02/20/15
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They are hardly “desperate for legitimacy.” Their strength is growing, not waning. ...

-John McLaughlin

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Jeb Bush had a very rocky debut talking about foreign policy here. And tightening the noose and taking them out is hardly a thought through policy. And he made a number of other errors in the way he spoke, saying there are 200,000 ISIS fighters, when there are 20,000, confusing Iraq and Iran. He’s got a long way to go. But th...

-Eleanor Clift

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Bibi Netanyahu, like any leader of the country, has to deal with the security of his country and the great threat that in fact will come out of Iran if it develops nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them. And they’re very close to that, according to the Israeli intelligence and, in fact, according to intelligence servic...

-Mortimer Zuckerman

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I don’t think the summit did a thing. But let me say this: ISIS is not an existential threat to the United States of America. If it’s a threat over there, it’s to the Sunni countries, and they’re going to have to man up and deal with it and provide the troops without whom there’s going to be no victory....

-Pat Buchanan

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Look at Dodd-Frank, thousands of pages, regulations, right? It requires compliance with lawyers. Listen to the businessman. Don’t talk to us. You talk to businesspeople. I worked at a restaurant recently as a waiter, for a long time. You see the business pressure on local owners there to have a marginal cost of one more emp...

-Tom Rogan

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