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About Daniel Larison
Daniel Larison is a senior editor at TAC, where he also keeps a solo blog. He has been published in the New York Times Book Review, Dallas Morning News, Orthodox Life, Front Porch Republic, The American Scene, and Culture11, and is a columnist for The Week. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Chicago, and resides in Dallas. Follow him on Twitter.
It’s an exercise in reaffirming their ideological assumptions.
Becoming the leading defender of an outdated and failed policy that most Floridians reject won’t improve Rubio’s chances of re-election.
Normalization is broadly popular in the country and especially in Florida.
The U.S. should seek to maintain normal relations with as many states as possible.
Bush will support failed, hard-line policies to the bitter end.
Restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba isn’t going to have negative “repercussions” around the world.
Finally, the U.S. is ending more than fifty years of fruitless hostility.
Normalization is twenty years overdue.
The most striking thing about the administration’s decision is how completely spineless it is.
The “electability” argument on which the case for Jeb Bush depends falls apart on closer inspection.
Nothing conveys a message of staleness and intellectual bankruptcy like yet another Bush dynasty revival.
Warren’s foreign policy is mostly unknown.
It would probably be a better use of Warren’s time to concentrate on her role in the Senate.
In the end, a debate on the war that has no chance of stopping the war will be an empty ritual.
Like many relative moderates, Bush overcompensates for his “centrism” on domestic policy by endorsing failed and confrontational policies abroad.
The U.S. should not have entangled itself in the Syrian conflict to begin with.
The U.S. has plunged into a conflict in Syria before it considered any of the consequences of intervention.
In search of libertarian realism. Reason hosts a symposium on libertarianism and …
If Obama doesn’t want to contribute to make things worse in Ukraine, he should veto the bill.
There is no reason for anyone in the GOP to choose him over the alternatives.← Older posts
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