Monthly Archives: October 2010

“Washington Rules” by Andrew J. Bacevich

by Joshua H. Liberatore If you missed Andrew Bacevich’s compelling Limits of Power, which published in the fall of 2008 and headed off the presidential transition with stern warnings to both major parties about the fate of our imperial ambitions, … Continue reading

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POTUS is Christian, by Golly!

by Joshua H. Liberatore According to some polls, nearly 20 percent of Americans believe POTUS is a Muslim. What to say? Of course, it could be the same section of the population confident that all Muslims are Arab and all … Continue reading

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“The Long Emergency” by James Howard Kunstler

by Joshua H. Liberatore In The Long Emergency, James Howard Kuntsler presents his dark, near-apocalyptic vision of life in the United States after peak oil, the point at which production has reached its half life, after which no more oil … Continue reading

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