Three Critical Perspectives on the War in Israel and Palestine, Ukraine, and U.S. Global Strategy – Or Lack Thereof
Could there be echoes of FDR and Pearl Harbor with respect to Israel’s alleged “intelligence failure” on October 7th? Can the U.S. fund and back two major wars – Gaza and Ukraine – at the same time? Will U.S. taxpayer-funded arms sent to Ukraine end up in the hands of Hamas? Will Netanyahu stay in power? Why is the U.S. national security advisor living in an alternate universe? Why do those in power gravitate toward war and not peace?
American freedom defender Judge Andrew Napolitano sought the perspectives of three wise, seasoned, sober men from the left, the right, and the center to answer these and many more questions. Though representing a diverse set of political leanings, these men all have one thing in common: They want peace and prosperity for the American people, as envisioned by our Founding Fathers, not the violent, premature death and enslavement that inevitably attends foreign entanglements.
Lt. Colonel Douglas Macgregor:
Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern:
Economist and foreign affairs professor at Columbia, Jeffrey Sachs: