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October 9, 2015  

Wrong and Strong: The U.S. Bombing of Afghan Hospital;

Hillary Clinton’s About-Face on Trans-Pacific Partnership

President Barack Obama made a “rare” presidential apology yesterday for the U.S. bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, that killed 22 staff and patients and wounded dozens, including local villagers. But was the airstrike a “mistake,” as the administration and the Defense Department are claiming?

Hillary Clinton has done an about-face on the Trans-Pacific Partnership she had championed as secretary of state. Finally yielding to pressure to state her position on the issue, which has dogged her presidential campaign, Clinton said she was against the TPP. Her own words and record, however, have come back to haunt her. 

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