What I found interesting about the new Wes Clark ad that features Bill Clinton is that it doesn’t brag about Clark winning a war in Kosovo, but instead about him negotiating a peace agreement in Bosnia (“Helped negotiate the Bosnia peace accords” is flashed on the screen). That tells us something about what Democrats want to hear – that it is diplomacy instead of force that solves international problems. Of course, the only reason the Serbs sat down at Dayton was that they had been dealt severe blows on the battlefield… Also, Clark has endorsed voting for felons.
The 80-year-old senator’s hospitalization comes hours after he was sworn in to preside over the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump.
Students and families suffer while the teachers’ unions flex their muscles.
The administration hopes to have enough vaccine supply for almost the entire U.S. population by the end of summer.
Michael Ryan, the executive director of WHO’s health emergencies program, made his comments on Friday.
The point of order resolution was put forward by McConnell's colleague from Kentucky, Rand Paul.
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