You need to read Justin Raimondo’s column three times per week, every week

Here’s his Friday column on elite hatred of, and therefore our cautious admiration of, Trump and Sanders.

I’m unable to see in Trump or Sanders anything more than entertainment value, despite their tepidity to indulge in the extremely hawkish rhetoric of their competitors.  Wasn’t Obama seen as “anti-war” before he gained control of the reins of power?  The Peace Prize winner proceeded to unleash a hellstorm of almost indiscriminate drone strikes across the Middle East, strikes that kill innocents “90% of the time”, according to the Intercept‘s Drone Papers series.

If Trump or Sanders ends up in the White House, how likely is it that they’ll stick to whatever quasi-antiwar statement they made once or twice throughout their campaign?

I miss Ron Paul.