Long periods of peace and quiet favor certain optical illusions. Among them is the assumption that the invulnerability of the home is founded upon the Constitution and safe-guarded by it. In reality, it rests upon the father of the family who, accompanied by his sons, appears with an ax on the threshold of his dwelling. -- Ernst Junger
Monday, June 30, 2008
Who do you want to believe?
Would you rather believe Code Pink, John Murtha and the New York Times, or would you rather believe a guy who was there?
As Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from July 2001 until August 2005, Douglas J. Feith helped shape the U.S. government’s strategy for the war on terrorism. His duties included managing the Defense Department’s international relations and representing the Department in interagency policy making.