Summary: The United States cannot fight a war against radical Islamism and win. That's obvious, but we're doing it anyway. Here Chet Richards looks at our Grand Strategy as described by George Friedman of Stratfor. . There are those who will tell you that if you can’t sit in on meetings of our national security … Continue reading Did we just surrender in the War on Terror?
Summary: Today Chet Richards looks a recent Stratfor post about the crisis of the middle class, and from there explores some of the challenges facing 21st century America. . George Friedman, Founder and CEO of Stratfor, is always worth reading for the same reason that, say, James Kilpatrick was: You might not have agreed with … Continue reading Do America’s leaders say “Apres moi, le deluge”?
Summary: Some say that America suffers from a disability, the inability to learn even simple things from history or the example of other nations. Such as our inability to construct a rational health care system (a task solved one or more generations ago by our peers), and the rodeo clown show we call a "foreign policy". This … Continue reading “Terrorism, Vigilance and the Limits of the War on Terror”