Trump: I’d be a “much different person” as president – CBS News

Donald Trump said he would be “a much different person” as president of the United States compared to his persona as a Republican presidential candidate. “I would be very enthusiastic, like I am right now, toward the country. We need spirit. via Pocket
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What Can America Do With Nuclear Weapons? | The National Interest

Brad Roberts has written a maddening, but important new book: The Case for U.S. Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century. Nuclear and missile defense policy has rated about ten nanoseconds of airtime among the candidates pursuing the Oval Office. via Pocket
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The Case for Suspending the Visa Waiver Program for Iranians | The National Interest

An Iranian court recently sentenced to death Babak Zanjani and his associate, Mehdi Shamszadeh, for their alleged role in embezzling billions of dollars of Oil Ministry revenues while running overseas networks of front companies designed to circumvent international sanctions. via Pocket
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How to ISIS-Proof a Muslim-Majority State | The National Interest

In January, a small group of ISIS-affiliated terrorists killed four people in a suicide bombing and gun attack in Jakarta, Indonesia. After the assault, Jakarta’s police chief explained why ISIS fighters hate Indonesia: “they perceive Indonesia as not Dawla Islamiya, not an Islamic country. via Pocket
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Did Russia Really Build a Smarter Smart Bomb? | The National Interest

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‘SNL’ Finds Unexpected Use for Trump Steak in Ben Carson Endorsement Sketch. | TheBlaze.com

If even the president of the United States is making fun of it, you know it didn’t escape the eyes of “Saturday Night Live” writers. via Pocket
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Awaiting the Verdict: The Genocide of Christians | The National Interest

The House of Representatives will vote Monday on a resolution recognizing ISIS atrocities against religious minorities as acts of genocide. via Pocket
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