Tag Archives: US Foreign Policy

Ding, Dong the S.O.B. is Dead — 2 May 2011

What a great day. I’m going to take a breather from my habitual Obama-bashing, as fun as that is, to offer up some well-deserved praise.  Osama bin Laden is now fish food. To start with, kudos to our Navy Seals … Continue reading

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In the Sandstorm — April 4, 2011

I must admit, I do have a twinge of sympathy for President Obama from time to time.  For instance, the revolutionary wave that is sweeping North Africa and the Mideast is potentially as momentous as the collapse of the Ottoman … Continue reading

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Denial on the Nile — February 7, 2011

The likely outcome of the Egyptian revolution was predicted nearly 75 years ago.  And if it comes to pass, it will not be good for the West. Political scientist Crane Brinton wrote Anatomy of a Revolution in 1938.  In it, … Continue reading

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