George Shultz’s Character Study of Robert Gates
George Shultz, one of our finest public servants, died last week at the age of 100. He held multiple high-level positions in Washington and, unlike most public servants, left a huge footprint wherever he served.
Obama’s Memoir Offers Insights Into Major Shortcomings
With the possible exception of the memoir of President Ulysses Grant, there has never been a presidential memoir as useful or insightful as Barack Obama’s “The Promised Land.” Interestingly, he provides clues to the shortcomings of his performance that was successful in many ways but nevertheless disappointing to his devoted following.
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Biden’s Possible Strategic Blunder
Donald Trump’s wretched national security inheritance for President Joe Biden included some low-hanging fruit that is being addressed.