Category Archive: Foreign Policy

Non-Negotiable: The 4th Amendment

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“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause,… Continue reading

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American Foreign Policy: Post Obama (Debate Prelude)

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Monday evening, 22 October from 2000-2130 CST, will be the closing act in a series of theatrical performances most American’s refer to as debates. This performance will be hosted by CBS’s Bob Schieffer.… Continue reading

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Storyteller in Chief (Part III of III)

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Two weeks have passed since the terrorist attack on the interim facility with grossly inadequate defenses some would call a US Embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The avalanche of evidence of a militaristic attack… Continue reading

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Storyteller in Chief (Part II of III)

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The wake of the Arab riots in the Mid-East has caused more turbulence in the water than any President would like to see before an election.  These circumstances are unique in that the… Continue reading

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Libya – American Foreign Policy Failure

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Yesterday’s riots and assault on the Libyan embassy are the sharpest illustration (to date) of the current administrations “lead” from behind strategy in play.  No formal foreign policy expertise (other than an attention span) is needed… Continue reading

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