Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 12:00 am
The writer is vice president for foreign and defense policy studies at The Heritage Foundation. He wrote this essay for McClatchy-Tribune News Service.
A compelling case for cutting off aid to Egypt could have been made before President Mohammed Morsi was bounced from office. After all, Morsi was well on his way to placing the country under an Islamist regime — forever.
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