What is the point of U.S. foreign interventionism?
This would be a good time for some introspection. Questions that deserve pondering are: Why must the U.S. government be engaged in foreign meddling? What good does it do? Are there harmful consequences? Are they worth it?
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Daniel McAdams joins us today to discuss his recent article, "The Koch-Soros Quincy Project: A Train Wreck of Neocon and 'Humanitarian' Interventionists."
Every time you go to the airport and are forced to undergo the TSA screening process, including the possibility of pat-down searches, keep in mind that this is for one reason alone:
There is something important to note about U.S. interventionism in faraway lands: None of the people that the U.S. government is killing, maiming, or destroying is invading and trying to conquer the United States.
There is no reason for the Pentagon to be depressed, despondent, or angry over the fact that Iraqi officials are kicking the Pentagon out of Iraq. The Pentagon doesn't belong in Iraq in the first place.
Everywhere you look, there are crises. Healthcare. Immigration. Social Security. Drugs. Violence. The Middle East. Afghanistan. Federal spending and debt.
Ron Paul Institute Director Daniel McAdams opens this year's Peace and Prosperity Washington conference with some thoughts on what anti-interventionism really means and why non-intervention is so important to our national security and our moral and f
American interventionists learned a lesson from Iraq: pre-empt the debate. Now everyone is for regime change...