Obama’s year of living dangerously . . . and ours

“It is no accident that until the Christmas near-catastrophe, and for an uncomfortable period thereafter, the Obama administration was reluctant to speak of being at war either with terrorism or with the militant Islamists who engage in it. Throughout 2009, whether the issue was interrogating and sidelining terrorists, fighting them on the battlefield, or dealing with the states that support them, Obama acted without the urgency and seriousness that characterizes a president at war.”
So argues my column in the Examiner, which you can read here.


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