The United States has been mired in fruitless war for going on 18 years. In 2019, for the first time in American history, young men and women who were born in a time of war will serve in that same conflict. This stunning fact alone is an existential threat to the health of our republic. Mainstream media and establishment politicians largely ignore the disease of American militarism. But not

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