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War and Foreign Policy
We don't have a duty to evaluate every foreign quarrel and assess who is at fault. We do not have a duty to require leaders of regimes we don’t like to accept existing boundaries of countries as unchangeable.
From the Volga Germans to the Armenians of the Ottoman Empire to the Spaniards and the Mennonites, choosing emigration as a means of avoiding military conscription has a long history.
More than critiquing vaccines, this book exposes Anthony Fauci’s career as a case study in crony capitalism. The key players are the government regulatory agencies headed by Fauci.
What US policymakers should do in the interest of the American people is obvious: stay home, save lives.
Although covid cases in Austria—and most other countries—are rapidly falling, Austria has doubled down on punishing the unvaccinated and become the first country to mandate vaccination for all adults.
Trust in the US military has plummeted according to a recent survey, and conservative Americans may finally realize that the military is just a wing of the woke, progressive American establishment.
The Washington class could miscalculate and use force against the "deplorables." And if it reaches that point, the veneer of democratic legitimacy will be erased.
The true cost of America's wars—in lost productivity, resources, and opportunity cost—is far higher than even the official numbers of trillions spent on the Pentagon's many failures.