By: Colin Dueck
Posted: September 2, 2010
This article appeared in: Vol. X, Number 3 - Summer 2010
One of the last American combat soldiers to leave Iraq exclaimed, according to the New York Times: "We won! It's over! America, we brought democracy to Iraq!" It's easy to understand his giddiness as he exited Iraq for Kuwait and soon America. Over here the reaction to the ...
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Its ill effects on health care, politics, and our character.
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The problem of presidential power.
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Lurking about the presidency in the guise of secretary of state,