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If there is one glaring omission among the daily declarations of both empty suit Donald Trump and hawkish Hillary Clinton, it is the strategy for peace. They'll tell us they want to do more than President Obama is doing to go after ISIS. They'll tell us they want a more robust military without calling for reducing the huge waste, fraud and redundancy of the military-industrial complex's budget (a concern that drew a major warning from President Dwight Eisenhower).
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