Toeing the Line

Trump's domestic policy may be a chaotic, unconventional shambles, but his foreign policy is actually standard, if still unstable. Of course, with one exception.


What a Mess

The Canadian government announced today the details of its settlement agreement with Omar Khadr. Khadr, born in Toronto, was held in Guantanomo Bay for 10 years after he plead guilty to murder and war crimes in the killing of an American medic, Christopher Speer. Khadr received an official apology and $10.5 million in compensation. There, that's the easy part...