Biden Ended Our Longest War, Has America Learned Its Lesson?

Based on recent history, it’s highly unlikely

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The old axiom that war is hell might be one of the most understated sayings we’ve grown accustomed to over the years. Unfortunately, the United States of America hasn’t learned that lesson in recent times. The question for all of us, though, is, do we get it now?




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