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Sanders seems leery of talking about foreign policy unless he absolutely has to.
Rubio had his worst debate last night when he could least afford it.
Bush, Kasich, and Christie will be hoping to trip up Rubio and weaken him ahead of New Hampshire.
The simplest explanation is that Rubio isn't winning because he hasn't put in the time or effort into campaigning in the early states that other candidates have.
The U.S. should have no part in this appalling and unnecessary war.
Clinton is misleading her voters and trying to distract attention from her real foreign policy record.
Bush and his allies blame Rubio for taking away support they think he would have had.
The Obama administration was wrong to expand the intervention into Syria, and it would be even more reckless to add yet another country as part of its illegal war.
Now Republican elites are being forced to choose between someone they don't trust and someone they positively hate.
Rebuking the failed leaders of both parties might be the most sane thing American voters have done in a while.
The thing that we should fear is that the GOP will quickly go back to being more or less what it has been.
All of the administration's reasons for supporting the Saudis in Yemen are risible.
Bloomberg would be the candidate of heavy-handed paternalism, foreign wars, and unbridled corporatism.
Empty statements of "concern" can't hide that U.S. support for the war is indefensible.
The Rubio fantasy is probably appealing to some Republicans because it means that the GOP and the country are not all that different from the way they were in the 2000s.
They wrongly assume that they have the luxury of knocking off their non-Trump rivals first.
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Now that Iranian influence is waning Iran hawks are sounding the alarm over an Iranian "empire" that doesn't exist.
The pretense that Bush supporters care about reducing the size and power of government would almost be amusing if none of us could remember the previous decade.
Every position Rubio has taken on issues related to Russia is guaranteed to worsen relations.