Realism & Restraint
Three steps toward solving the current crisis.
Does any member have the courage and vision to take responsibility?
It reveals a dangerous strain of vengeance in U.S. foreign policy.
Will kids who weren’t yet born when the war began have to fight it?
We need to refocus on future existential threats.
Kill the 2001 authorization for war.
Some would prefer a preemptive attack.
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