Tag Archives: Michael Glennon

Thoughts – The homogenization of the U.S. Political Class – Executive Branch

The objective of this research post is to continue the examination of how the U.S. political class has homogenized. The focus of this post will be on the executive branch of the U.S. government as it relates to how it … Continue reading

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Thoughts – The homogenization of The U.S. Political Class – Legislative Branch

“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.” – Wendell Phillips The objective of this research post is to continue the examination of how the U.S. political class has homogenized. The focus of this post will be on the legislative branch … Continue reading

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Thoughts – The Homogenization of The U.S. Political Class – Judicial Branch

In my last research blog post that addressed the question of how the religion of state power has made government simpler, I came to the conclusion that progressives and their ideas are at the heart of the notion of big … Continue reading

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Thoughts – National Security and Double Government (Madisonians vs. Trumanites)

In a recent publication of Harvard’s National Security Journal, Michael Glennon, Professor of International Law at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy published an essay titled, “National Security and Double Government”.(1) The premise of the paper is to address … Continue reading

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Thoughts – Rules for Radicals

The playbook for liberal progressives is widely known as “Rules for Radicals” written by Saul Alinsky in 1971.(1) Hillary Clinton wrote her college thesis on the Alinsky model and Barack Obama in his community organizing days taught the Alinsky model … Continue reading

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