The book is not about the messiness of whether we ought to have gone there or not; it’s about “now what.”
“No one won the last war, and no one will win the next war.”
Removing a long-established regime is dangerous unless a clear alternative is ready. It produces a power vacuum. Rivals fight for places in the new order.
I’m interested to see a Republican re-take the White House in ’16 merely to see the re-emergence of the anti-war crowd.
Some 60,000 observed a moment of silence in Tehran’s football stadium.
The only leg I can perceive those that still support Pres. Obama in these endeavors are standing on is the beyond tired political partisanship and loyalty of “my guy.”
It dismays me to see the national media continue to fail on the most important issue a society has to Continue reading
There's always room for optimism and there's always room for caring.