It's Still Only a Dream

Who's afraid of the big bad court? The United States. Not only has it refused to ratify the treaty that set up the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague, but there is also a bill before Congress that would authorize force to rescue any American dragged before it. The Dutch are livid at this affront. They steam about the "Hague Invasion Law," and the wags among them cheer how smart it was "not to demolish those German bunkers left over from World War II." If the Marines ever waded ashore on the beach at Scheveningen, they would be frightened more...

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