Despite the growth of the Executive Branch over the past seventy years, the U.S. Constitution still states that only Congress has the power to declare war. To course correct American foreign policy we must return this authority to the people's elected representatives.
As we look back on twenty years of poor leadership in Afghanistan and our other endless wars, how do we hold leaders accountable to their errors? Will anyone be punished?
CBS, ABC, and NBC are responsible for a major dereliction of duty, only covering the war in Afghanistan for a total of five minutes in the entire year of 2020.
For thirteen years one government agency, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, has been entirely truthful about the disaster of nation-building and the failures of the war in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan is one example of larger phenominon, where the U.S. government repeatedly makes the same mistakes when attempting to wrestle with foreign problems.
Our foreign policy of endless war is encased in a maze of Potemkin villages and cardboard obstacles. To forge an America First foreign policy we must be willing to tear down the deceptions.
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