The Warmonger Presidential Candidates
Perceptive political watchers know all too well that foreign policy seldom changes from one administration to the next. Oh, the edges may soften and the emphasis may project modifications, but the core thrust of the State Department and the military-industrial-complex keeps on track their need to maintain the aggressive war deployments of the American Empire. The undisputable fact that underpins the post World War II era has seen an unending crisis of national character. How can a republic be waging permanent war and retain the essence of representative self-government?