January 6, 2014

Where Are Britain's Interventionists?

Elliot Burns, The Commentator

The Associated Press

Foreign interventionism is out of fashion. But what becomes of the British Right if it emulates the politically correct relativism of the Left and does exactly what Reagan and Thatcher refused to do: bow down to or ignore tyranny?

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