The United States is well on its way to winning the war against terrorism because, under President Bush, it has espoused three clear principles.
As Classics teaches us, war in classical antiquity was seen as a tragedy innate to the human condition.
The terrorists who struck the Pentagon and the World Trade Towers despise what America stands for: freedom, religious toleration and individual liberty.
Yet even now, under a president who supports it, missile defense advances at a glacial pace.
The most important lessons this year has taught are, first, that we must expect the unexpected, and second, that we must stand firm for what we believe.
Remember Pearl Harbor. Support any friend, oppose any foe. These are policies which millions of Americans understand and support. It is time to act upon them again.
In words that would inspire for centuries, Socrates refused to stoop to a genuine defense of his actions and what he saw as begging for forgiveness
Terrorism, in one form or another, is as old as civilization itself. There is a great variety in the methods of attack which can be used today
Webb called “for a review of United States commitments to foreign nations and a re-examination of the deployment of American forces around the world."
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is not merely a piece of history; it is essential to our future and undergirds much of our national strategy.