Archive for June 25th, 2006

I’m not sure exactly where to pinpoint the moment this happened, but it’s pretty clear to me by now that North Korea has ceased to be anything but a misbehaving child. If the world is a family of nations, then, for one thing, the disfunctions of such a family would make the folks that appear […]

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In light of the fact that now Canada is hinting it will help the US attack Iraq, with or without UN approval, Michael Totten asks the following cogent question:   So, how many countries have to join the US before we stop being unilateralists? Does Saddam have to join the anti-Saddam coalition before regime-change is […]

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Via Orrin Judd comes this story about a brother and sister who filed a lawsuit alleging that the newly proposed federal consription law is unconstitutional since it only requires service from males. Usefully, the article reflects the changing role of women in the military, as their role has expanded considerably since the Supreme Court last […]

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