Luongo: No Truce With The Heartland

Luongo: No Truce With The Heartland Authored by Tom Luongo via Gold, Goats, ‘n Guns blog, All of us so-called geopolitical analysts owe a debt to Halford John Mackinder. His 1904 paper, “The Geographical Pivot of History” is the basis for nearly all strategic thinking in today’s policy rooms, think tanks, and military academies of the


Dr. Seuss, Philosopher Extraordinaire

In 1974, the Harvard philosopher Robert Nozick wrote one of the most influential books since WWII: Anarchy, State, and Utopia, in which he argued for a minimal state. He reasoned that when a government’s function expands beyond protecting individuals against force and fraud, it violates individual rights. This is a deep book, a book that