Historically, the Wall Street Journal has been the house organ for Hamiltonians, i.e. mercantile foreign policy optimistic realists. Is there a buck to be made from attacking Syria? Are there no downside risks to trade from such an attack?
When did the WSJ become the mouthpiece of “National Greatness” interventionists? You know, the people who never met a military intervention they didn’t like. Is it all about defense spending?