Limits on Liberalism? Maybe so.

It would have been understandable for conservatives to be depressed in November of 2008.  Democrats increased their control of the Senate and took over two important houses in Washington DC–the White one, and the one with the Representatives.  The Republican candidate for President, John McCain, had nice credentials, but some conservatives doubted his convictions.  Their

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The President and Nuclear Weapons

Barack Obama personally addressed the United Nations Security Council recently, becoming the first President of the United States to preside over a Security Council meeting.  That gesture in and of itself is a pretty big one, and it underscores a difference between liberals and conservatives.  Many liberals still see the United Nations as an important

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