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Cleft Sticks


Key essay by Stanley
Kurtz, who is worth ten average pundits, on NRO today. Stanley points out
something just dawning on a lot of Americans–how LONELY this fight is going
to be. Name almost any country in the world: there are strong reasons of
interest for them NOT joining us in the coming fight. If we fight, we fight
alone. If we don’t fight, sooner or later we shall lose a city. We are in
a cleft stick. This is a truly horrible situation.


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