Now that the so-called “experts” have been proven wrong about Iraq, it is time to ignore them altogether by keeping upwards of 50,000 U.S. troops in Iraq indefinitely.
One the key tricks writers use is to type the words that are in their heads, or sometimes coming out of their mouths. This makes today’s post for me exceptionally difficult, because if I printed the litany of four-letter words that just came out of my mouth after reading Jamie Glazov’s article, I’d be fired.
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Thank heaven we no longer have to rely on scholars and historians, traditionally restricted by a silly standard called objectivity, to explain the past for us and put under-reported world events “in context.” Previously we, like the prisoners in Plato’s metaphorical cave, have [...]