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Serving as an alternative voice to the likes of Lindsey Graham and John Bolton could keep the U.S. out of unnecessary wars.
An amendment to this year's military spending bill says the president must go to Congress before launching another war.
Gabbard has made ending American intervention abroad the defining issue of her campaign.
If the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are any indication, the move would be a disaster.
Trump Says He Can Strike Iran Without Congressional Approval. Justin Amash and the Constitution Disagree.
The Republican congressman from Michigan shot back on Twitter.
Trump says he called off a planned airstrike against Iran on Thursday night, just minutes before the bombs were to be let loose.
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It's not likely to get anywhere in the Senate, but consider it progress.
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Demanding capitulation from Tehran is a recipe for disaster
The Trump administration keeps deliberately raising tensions with Iran, risking conflict.
The president should scroll through his old tweets, rather than listening to John Bolton.
Trump administration officials discuss plans to deploy 120,000 troops to the Middle East amidst rising tensions in the Persian Gulf.
This law is always being invoked in order to threaten political opponents, showing how it violates free speech protections.
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Does the Trump administration think it can wage war in Iran without congressional approval? Mike Pompeo won't say.
And Iran looks to reciprocate.
Trump Is Continuing Obama's Opposition to Other Countries' Anti-Gay Laws. This, Somehow, Has LGBT Leaders Angry
President George W. Bush was once attacked by the same people for rejecting the very same policy.
Marzieh Hashemi's family was largely kept in the dark during her detention.
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The president's bluster is harmful for America.
If the president does want to lower oil prices, he could push Congress to expand domestic oil production.
Sadly, the consequences of sanctions are not limited to the football pitch.
Tariffs and import restrictions are the equivalent of putting sanctions on your own country.
Mike Pompeo's "plan B" is reckless and dangerous.
Lots of administration official log-rolling in The Final Year, but little actual analysis
Iran has the ability, and now the incentive, to wreak havoc on Americans and American objectives in neighboring Iraq and Afghanistan.
If your "signature achievements" are done by executive power alone, they might as well be written in pencil.
The move pisses off America's allies, and makes military confrontation with Iran more likely.
Reason editors assess Rudy Giuliani's media tour, make bets about Iran policy, and gently suggest that some economic policies in Seattle may be suboptimal.
Ending the deal would clear the way for Iran's nuclear weapons program and increase the likelihood of war.
Pompeo says he's learned a lesson about American interventions in the Middle East, but can he be trusted?