What’s so foreign about foreign policy?


In a time when so much of U.S. foreign policy involves our global military footprint, ongoing engagements, waning engagements and threatening engagements, it's easy to think that war is the sole function of that governing platform. Americans are conditioned that way; like a computer that insists on entering a discarded wi-fi password at your favorite… Continue reading What’s so foreign about foreign policy?

Administration Benghazi story consistent with intelligence docs


News reports appeared, Friday night, that it was not al-Qaeda that was involved in the terrorist attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, last month, but a local militia group that launched the assault after watching the violence in Egypt on television, earlier that day. "The attackers launched their assault opportunistically after they learned… Continue reading Administration Benghazi story consistent with intelligence docs

When, in the course of Egyptian events…


"The voices of the Egyptian people tell us that this is one of those moments; this is one of those times." - President Barack Obama, February 1, 2011 It's never a good time for a revolution, but it is the time to which we've come. It's not a clash of religions, or classes, or wealth… Continue reading When, in the course of Egyptian events…