Yascha Mounk, in Slate
The decision to carpet bomb Cambodia was made at a breakfast meeting in the Pentagon in March 1969. So it was christened 'Operation Breakfast'. Nixon was informed of the plans when he returned from a church service and he gave the go-ahead right away. He declared himself "really excited". That night American airplanes dropped 2,400 tonnes of bombs on Cambodia. In one night. The whole thing was kept secret.
Stop calling Trump a uniquely wicked president. It's embarrassing.
It's not just that our children are ignorant of the glories of Western civilization, it's that we are actually teaching them to hate those things.
The Labour Party no longer care about the poor and the Tory Party no longer care about the nation.
Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.