Here is Tony Blankley’s sobering

Here is Tony Blankley’s sobering assessment of what will be required of American foreign policy for the indefinite future. Writing in the Washington Times, Blankley sees it this way: “While we will not plant our flag on foreign lands, nor claim them for ourselves, we will insist on intruding and searching and managing. To do less would be criminal negligence on the part of our leaders. But in doing it, we will be cursed, like the Flying Dutchman of legend, to wander the globe until the day of judgment.”

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