Essays on nationalism and diplomacy in general plus American foreign policy in particular
To tell the difference, just look at their targets.
How can we institute a capitalist, free market economy in Iraq if we
build and operate major projects Soviet style?
We can't create limited government from the top down. It must be cultivated
from the bottom up.
Before we invaded Iraq, I explained why we could and why we
should. What's confusing to many people is that the reasons for each
are not the same, so they look at one and complain that it doesn't
satisfy the other and vice versa. I try to dispel some of that confusion.
I don't mind people coming here to take jobs that I wouldn't touch.
However, we must do something to curb the flood coming here to steal
food, education and medical care.
Someday, somebody's going to see value in venturing into space with
his or her own money. We should write up some internationally accepted
rational protocols now, while it still seems so far off that
some of us can still think about it objectively.
One of the reasons that young Muslims become fanatic to the point of
suicide is that they're immersed in insane propaganda and prevented
from hearing anything else. The US needs to inject some competing
messages into countries whose tyrants don't want it.
Why America Should Never Submit to Foreign "Justice"