"I would rather have a prolife/antiwar Ron Paul who thinks the drug war is a waste of resources than the 'enforce virtue with law conservatives' who never find a war they cannot support," writes reader Vickie. "When Kirkians-Burkeans-Distributivists stop sniping and start building, I will take them seriously."
The American Conservative's Gene Healy reviews a book that argues ours is "an age after the separation of powers, and the legally constrained executive is now a historical curiosity" — Hail to the Tyrant.
"Retired Gen. Wesley Clark reveals a very interesting conversation he had with a fellow officer at the Pentagon ten days after 9/11," posts David Kramer — Here’s an Interviewee You’ll Never See on ‘60 Minutes’.
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