In Brandon J. Weichert’s recent op-ed for The Asia Times, he outlines the critical failures of the Biden Administration’s handling of allies…and how these failures are empowering America’s enemies at a critical time.
In which I argue that our professional military and intelligence leaders have started behaving as though the United States is not a republic but instead a third world junta…all because they dislike the current commander-in-chief. If they can treat the maligned Trump this way, they can treat any duly elected leader this way.
“Obama campaigned against Mr. Bush’s unilateralism. George W. Bush opposed nation-building. Bill Clinton was averse to George H.W. Bush’s purported “coldness” in foreign policy. The elder Bush, for his part, was a much better tactician than he was a strategist (George H.W. Bush famously quipped that he lacked an understanding of that whole “vision thing”). As you can see, American foreign policy has not only unmoored America from its hard-won dominant position atop the international system, but U.S. foreign policy itself has become unglued by America’s political leaders over the last 30 years.”
“If DARPA and other ‘innovation hubs’ in the government cannot or will not accomplish their core mission, then they are unnecessary and should be cut.”
An analysis of Mike Cernovich’s latest “scoop” and a systematic debunking of them.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is relying on incomplete Signals Intelligence to not only blame the Russians for the hack of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, but also to cast suspicion over the incoming Trump Administration as a final parting shot from the Obama Administration. I detail why at American Greatness.com (linked in the post).