Presidents Can Do War, Willy-Nilly Or Otherwise

I rarely take exception to Kevin Williamson or Charlie Cooke at National Review. Doing so is what’s known in boxing as “fighting above your weight.”

Engaging with heavyweights is almost guaranteed to get you KO’d. But in this case, I think Williamson is using legal sniping to paper over a huge layer of moral cynicism in his piece titled “War, Willy-Nilly.”

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