Unintended Consequences

In 1999 I had to take a diversity course during my final semester of college out east while completing my first master degree. It was here that I learned of the new view that immigration into the US should resemble a stew instead of a melting pot. This concept greatly disturbed me even then, and … Continue reading Unintended Consequences

Deterring State Sponsored Terrorism

The State Sponsor of Terror List needs more teeth. In its current form, the list only leverages three elements of national power (diplomatic, informational, and economic). It is time to discuss changing this reality by adding the fourth and final element of national power. On November 2nd  the State Department failed to meet a congressional … Continue reading Deterring State Sponsored Terrorism