Mr. Trump's โ€“ and Ambassador Haley's โ€“ Opportunity

If it had to happen, it couldn't have happened at a better time. That terrible assessment has to govern the U.S. reaction to the news yesterday that Syria's Assad regime has once again used chemical weapons against its own people. According to the BBC's reportage, at least 58 Syrian civilians are dead in Idlib and even more injured. Syrian jets, according to activists and NGO's followed up the attack by targeting hospitals. So what else is new? And, be it noted, the leftist media has immediately rushed to blame the attack on the Trump administration and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. That's malarkey, easy enough. But what, if anything, should the U.S. do? Is this just another day in the ongoing cascade of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Syria's civil war? With at least 400,000 dead and at least 13.5 million Syrian refugees (6 million internally displaced persons and the rest mostly in Turkey and Europe), isn't the world's...(Read Full Article)