Tag Archives: foreign policy
An analysis of the novel “Robinson Crusoe” and the wisdom it offers regarding foreign policy. Continue reading
I'll be unembarrassedly old-fashioned here: It is profoundly depressing and vulgar to hear an American president proclaim "America First." — Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) January 20, 2017 Going berserk because an American says we should put “America First” is like going … Continue reading
You can’t handle the truth! Chances are you’ve heard this line from a famous scene in the 1993 film A Few Good Men. Conservatives love to use it against liberals, or the line “you want me on that wall, you … Continue reading
Before I get to the main topic of this essay I want to discuss a promotional ad for the Amazon TV series The Man in High Castle. The show depicts an America conquered by the Nazis during World War 2.
To the rational person watching the political scene, it makes no sense how people vote, or who they support. Someone claims to believe in such-and-such political view, but supports a candidate who doesn’t hold that view. Or they criticize politician … Continue reading