|Event||John Lewis on The Failure of the Homeland Defense|
|Group||FROST (Front Range Objectivist Supper Talks)|
|Details||Supper Talk with Dr. John Lewis
Dr. John Lewis on "The Failure of the Homeland Defense: Lessons from History"
With the creation of a cabinet-level Department of Homeland Defense, America has accepted a permanent, institutionalized state of siege on its own soil. But is this the correct strategy? This lecture examines several cases from history, asking what has happened when great nations, facing attack, have turned to defense rather than offense. The results are unequivocal: the only defense is a good offense. America should project her military beyond her borders, into the enemy's homeland, and should leave her cities free and open, as demonstrations of the power and success of freedom.
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