Daily Archives: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Wages of a Confused Foreign Policy

Since before the Obama Administration began its confused Libyan campaign, I argued against American involvement for several reasons. For instance, America has no vital interests in Libya and it imported very little of Libya’s oil. I also argued that America’s … Continue reading

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Posted in Defense, Energy Security, Finance and Economics, International Security, Middle East, Nuclear proliferation, Policy, Politics, Terrorism, War | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

The Few, the Proud, the 3,111 Who Voted Against TSA Unionization

While it is no surprise that the majority of the TSA’s 44,000 airport screeners voted for unionization, it is worth noting that 3,111 brave souls voted against it. Good for them. My guess is that the majority of them are likely … Continue reading

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Let Us Not Forget What the Next Election Is Really About

While I have never attended a Tea Party rally, the movement has become many things to many people since it began with CNBC’s Rick Santelli’s February 2009 rant on CNBC. As the 2012 election approaches, I thought it apt to … Continue reading

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Decision 2012: War in the Fifth Domain

During the twentieth century, military strategists fought war in four domains: land, sea, air, and space. With the internet revolution of the late twentieth century, they faced war in a fifth domain: cyberspace. Similarly, politicians campaigned in four domains: in … Continue reading

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