August 29, 2014

Check Your Machine, the 80s Are Calling

Tom Rogan, National Review

The Associated Press

The world isn’t static, and newly evolving threats loom.. Yet sometimes those threats seem to be calling from the past, too, and they demand solutions.

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TAGGED: 1980s, Russia, Ukraine, Iraq, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama

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