WomenInChargeIt’s been reported that the U.S. may pull out of upcoming meetings with the Russians over Russia’s protection of Edward Snowden.

The Snowden Affair is exposing the smallness and hysteria that comes when bureaucrats are driven by algorithms and egoism.

Women, in positions of power, were supposed to make everything better.

After an especially gruesome week in Syria and Egypt, including official acknowledgement of 100,000 deaths in Syria — one wonders, “Was U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice groaning over the wreckage wrought by a disruptive U.S. foreign policy?” Hardly. Her Twitter feed on July 26 reads: “Getting my pitching arm ready for tomorrow when I get to throw out the first ball at the Nats game.”

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