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Presidential War Powers

Where Politicized Intelligence Comes From | The National Interest Blog
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An Associated Press story on the Obama administration's preparation of the public for a military strike on Syria includes these statements: The White House ideally wants intelligence that links the attack [with chemical weapons last week] directly to Assad or someone in his inner circle, to rule out the possibility that a rogue element of the milit [...]
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Bad Reputation
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The debate about what to do in Syria has been sidetracked by discussions of credibility and reputation. But both logic and evidence prove that reputations are mostly imaginary. Obama should not let fears that others might think him irresolute drive him to disaster. Instead, he should refocus on what U.S. interests really are in Syria, and how he can best obtain them. [...]
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Are We Getting Ready For War With Iran?
americasnextpresident.com
Iran is making more threats and we, or more correctly, the U.S. Navy is on the way to make sure they behave! (more…) [...]
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The U. S. President and War
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Here on AmericasNextPresident.com we try hard to reconcile today's and tomorrow's presidential actions with what the constitution allows and our founding fathers wanted for these United States of America. (more…) [...]
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