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The Rumsfeld Principle

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On April 30, 2015
If we apply the brilliance of Donald Rumsfeld to Baltimore, it’s clear that the violence is an acceptable first step toward the people of that city finally becoming free of police oppression. And since it’s Rumsfeld, where’s the Bill Kristol column nodding in approval? From April 11, 2003: U.S. forces should not be blamed for […]

Oh, Yay….

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In Robert Farley
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On January 20, 2011
This sounds alarming: @RumsfeldOffice 50 yrs ago JFK became President. In less than 3 wks I will share my personal impressions of him and a decade that forever changed America. Huh. I guess… uh, I guess I can’t wait.

Sunday Book Review: By His Own Rules

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On October 5, 2009
Bradley Graham’s extensive biography of Donald Rumsfeld runs 682 pages. About half of that length concerns Rumsfeld’s second tenure as Secretary of Defense. It’s this section that will be of greatest interest to most readers, but the rest of Rumsfeld’s career is also worth examining. Rumsfeld grew up in a middle class household, the son […]

Trouble at the Army War College

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On January 7, 2009
Ezra highlights Tom Ricks’ post on trouble at the Army War College. The Army War College, like its Navy counterpart, employs primarily civilian academics to produce research and to furnish senior officers with a strategic perspective. The Naval War College, for example, was an important cog in the project to produce the Cooperative Maritime Strategy. […]
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