You expect a thriller written by a retired member of the U.S. Intelligence Community who served in Iraq and Saudi Arabia to give you the inside dope on how terror and other stuff gets done.
“The decision to cast all lots with Hillary in 2016 suggested a party tending toward caution and conservative/protective measures. That wing of the Democratic Party is still alive and well,” said Eric C. Anderson in a recent interview with The Press-Enterprise.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” George Santayana, Spanish philosopher, essayist, and novelist, offered this aphorism at the turn of the twentieth century, before the rise of Europe’s fascists.
In his Houston Chronicle opinion piece, Eric C. Anderson shrewdly unpacks Washington’s determination to “step off the cliff and take humanity with it” as we enter into nuclear negotiations with North Korea.
If things must go awry, let that happen in a sudden rush. A true disaster is only appreciated when the toilet floods, house lighting fails, and there is a roof fire. Then you have a mess the neighbors will appreciate, and grandchildren can recall years after the homeowner is dead and buried.