Tuesday, July 10, 2018

RAF 100, Donald Tusk, Brett Kavanaugh, NATO HQ

Saluting 100 years of the RAF in London. The British air force has a long and powerful history, but also a rather special note of relevance for me.

Donald Tusk is strategically illiterate on NATO and the U.S. role in it. The European Commission president thinks that member states are supporting the alliance sufficiently. They are not.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh won't sway the Supreme Court out of Chief Justice Roberts' balancing reach. The new justice-to-be will complement a conservative diversity on the nation's highest court.

NATO should relocate its headquarters out of Belgium and into Britain. The latter nation takes the alliance seriously and the former takes it for a free ride.

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