Foreign policy of the United States
The first-term congresswoman is again affirming that she's about more than the image right-wing conspiracy theorists present.
“Let someone else fight over this long-bloodstained sand,” the president said.
Human rights groups have criticized the effort as a means to rein in protections for marginalized groups.
Kellyanne Conway's husband said it was driving U.S. foreign policy more than "the national interest and rational consideration of intelligence assessments."
The violence driving people to seek shelter in the U.S. has its roots in American foreign policy.
The men who run the world are dangerously obsessed with appearing "manly."
By Michael T. Klare This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To receive TomDispatch in your inbox three times
Or how to build a wall and lose an empire.
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