Monday, April 1, 2019

Indo-Pacific command munitions, ISIS leader, AOC unpopularity, Taiwan, Facebook vs. free speech, Yellow vests

Trump must wake up his defense secretary and get Indo-Pacific command what it needs to fight and win. The important US military command is short of munitions.

Why ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is likely in Anbar province, Iraq. That locale would afford him the best means of evading detection.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is unpopular because her ideas are bad. It’s absurd to suggest that conservative reporting is to blame for her falling poll numbers.

Trump’s Taiwan policy requires a delicate dance of supporting Taipei and discouraging China’s use of force. Get the calculation wrong, and war or Chinese hegemony may follow.

Free speech, Mark Zuckerberg, and the founders enduring glory. The Facebook CEO’s effort to restrict global free speech illustrates the importance of the US constitution.

Are France’s yellow vest hardliners turning to terrorism? The detection of an unexploded bomb in Corsica, France, is suggestive of the yellow vests increasing extremism.

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