You would think a country that maintained a foreign policy of isolationalism until the 1850s, which most likely played no small part in that country’s seemingly less-than-conventional (at least by Western standards) dietary habits and entertainment programming would be the birth place of an entertainment series about gonzo food pornographers who create meat-based gastronomic abominations and then devour them on camera.
James Antle at American Spectator (in a back and forth with Daniel Larison at American Conservative) sees promising signs of both serious domestic small government hought and at least less openly belligerent foreign policy in the ne... Read Post
The abiding defect of U.S. foreign policy? It’s isolationism, my friend. Purporting to steer clear of war, isolationism fosters it. Isolationism impedes the spread of democracy... Read Post