My last post on tariffs was very good if you haven’t read it yet. I just want to make one clarification about that post. Throughout the post, I mention the possibility of plan to make tariffs a bigger source of national revenue. The problem is that I wrote it just trying to educate people about… Read More Mixed Bag: Wrong on Tariffs, Got Hacked?, Garrett for President 2028?
Many people have found the heartbreaking videos of the Syrian refugees in Aleppo to saddening and angering. The Syrian conflict has been going on since March 2011. It seems that the conflict will not come to an end anytime soon. The situation is Syria is hugely complex. The conflict itself has many sides in addition… Read More US Foreign Policy: Syrian Intervention?
I find this holiday of Memorial Day to be quite interesting from historical to modern context. Usually, since I was a kid in cub scouts, I walked in our small town’s memorial day parade. I participated in the wreath ceremony at our big cemetery. Then my family would go home and have a classic American… Read More Memorial Day–An excuse to BBQ?
If you are just reading my blog for the first time, then you may want to go back to the very first post. If not, then you may want to read or re-read the first and second post of this US Foreign Policy series. In this series, I have offered some insight into our national… Read More US Foreign Policy: Candidates’ Terrorism Platforms
Welcome back to the second installment of US Foreign Policy as it relates to the presidential candidates and their future presidencies. Today, I will continue a little bit on my China and US narrative. Then I will start on a new issue which can be considered the most alarming threat to US national security. If… Read More US Foreign Policy: Terrorism is the New War
The post 9/11 Narrative vs. The past 50 years of American Foreign Policy is a very long title for a blog post. However, let me explain in this opening paragraph why the title must be so long. I’ve written about 9/11 on this blog once before on the 14th anniversary last September. I wrote briefly… Read More The post 9/11 Narrative vs.The past 50 years of American Foreign Policy
The republican debate aired last night on CNN. The debate set records for viewership on CNN with 23 million tuning in to hear what the candidates had to say. One of those 23 million viewers was me. I watched the whole debate from 6pm to 11:30pm. It was quite a show. The early debate offer… Read More Republican Debate: Round 2
Dick Cheney is a former Vice President serving for 8 years under former President George W. Bush. He served in congress for many years and even in the private sector as the CEO of Halliburton. The controversy surrounding the former Vice President circulates as the election heats up for the 2016 race. I recently read… Read More Dick Cheney Affecting Foreign Policy Issues for 2016.