Why I Spoke Out at Obama’s Foreign Policy Speech

Having worked for years on the issues of drones and Guantanamo, I was delighted to get a pass (the source will remain anonymous) to attend President Obama‚Äôs speech at the National Defense University. I had read many press reports anticipating what the President might say. There was much talk about major policy shifts that would … Continue reading “Why I Spoke Out at Obama’s Foreign Policy Speech”

A Generation of War

The youthful Left was once the most active antiwar current on campus: recall the days of the Vietnam era antiwar movement, when "Hey, hey, LBJ, how many kids did you kill today?" was heard on college campuses from Berkeley to NYU and all points in between. It was Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) that … Continue reading “A Generation of War”