For over six decades the once venerable CIA, the off shoot of the OSS during WWII, has been divided into two artificial divisions—DDI [analysts] and DDO [covert operatives]. How this came about is not as relevant as the fact that DCI John Brennan realized a simple fact: that the agency was too ossified to be able to anticipate the immediate or distant future. Many of us who had been trained by the then forward looking CIA [as well as DARPA] at the Phd program in Political Science at M.I.T. already knew this long ago. The problem lay not in the high quality of the personnel recruited out of the OSS; nor those recruited out of their respective military services– Don Gregg; Jim Lilly; Paul Redmond; Fritz Ermarth; etc—it lay in the artificial structure of the agency itself.
America’s Melting Pot Becoming Parallel Societies with Too Much Immigration – Capitol Hill Outsider – Frosty Wooldridge
America cannot continue to exist with endless and exponential immigration growth. Everything faces limits: number of people in a pool. Number of people on a dance floor. Number of people in restaurant. Number of boarding […]
News With Views | Caravan Filled With Terrorists, MS 13, Drug Smugglers, And Welfare Seekers – Frosty Wooldridge
Article IV, Section 4 of the United States Constitution: “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union, a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on […]
For two decades the offshoring of American jobs to Asia and Mexico has destroyed the careers and incomes of tens of millions of US citizens, the pension tax base for state and local governments, the […]