The Republican presidential candidate ignores the lethal impact of the drug policies he avidly supports.
It’s highly unlikely that it would pass constitutional muster.
Only Vivek Ramaswamy and Gov. Ron DeSantis said they wouldn't support additional aid to Ukraine. But both argued we should be more militarily engaged against China and Mexico.
The surging candidate, a political unknown, articulated a foreign policy that was somewhat more libertarian than his rivals.
At best, tonight's debate is a glorified preseason football game—an unwatchable spectacle that no one ought to enjoy.
Presidential contender Tim Scott, who announced recently, says he will use "the world's greatest military to fight these terrorists" south of the border. He's not alone.
Why the businessman launched a long shot campaign for the presidency.
The Capitalist Punishment author explains his America First 2.0 agenda, how to fix America's identity crisis, and why he no longer calls himself a libertarian.
While a conservative skepticism toward military aggression would be welcome, Republican standard-bearers are all too happy to sign off on war powers in other ways.
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