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The Danger of a Jihadist Pakistan by John R. Bolton

Almost certainly, the war in Afghanistan will be won or lost in Pakistan. President Trump’s announcement last week that he will send more U.S. troops—some sources say another 4,000—to Afghanistan represents a change in tactics from President Obama’s policy. But the ultimate objective is still opaque, and even once the specifics are articulated, what may ultimately matter more is the still-undeveloped “South Asia policy” promised by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.

The Fake News Media of Sweden by Nima Gholam Ali Pour

In most democratic countries, the media should be critical of those who hold power. In Sweden, however, the media criticize those who criticize the authorities. Criticism is not aimed at the people who hold power, but against private citizens who, according to the journalists, have the “wrong” ideas.

Man Sees Little Girl Alone During Hurricane Harvey, But Couldn’t Just Leave Her!

Toddlers can be escape artists. Turning your back on them for a minute can be disastrous when you have a curious child who tests boundaries.Thankfully for a Pearland, Texas family, a good samaritan was there to help their toddler when she went out on her own in flood conditions during Hurricane Harvey.

Houston Police Department Confirms: Hurricane Harvey Responsible for Officer Death

The news out of Houston, Texas, is heartbreaking enough. And it just got worse.The Houston police department just confirmed that one officer was killed due to water flooding his vehicle.

Michael Cromartie: Church’s Ambassador to Washington Succumbs to Cancer

Michael Cromartie, a leader in Washington who helped bridge the gap between Christians and a sometimes hostile media, died from cancer at the age of 67.Cromartie’s passing leaves a hole in many who deemed him, as Carl Cannon, Washington Bureau Chief of RealClearPolitics did, an “indispensable man.”

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