Thursday, May 19, 2016

In patience to abide : Essays in Idleness

In time America, too, will be buried with the other empires. But the funeral has not yet come, and while she lives and breathes, she retains her duties. She must, for the world's sake, stop licking her wounds, and whining; must keep up our quarrel with the foe.
The world, in all its imperfection, will have empires of one kind or another. Not one will always be a force for good. But there is better and worse, and if we are sane, we will allow that in our time the American power has been a blessing.
 
http://www.davidwarrenonline.com/2016/05/19/in-patience-to-abide/?owa_medium=feed&owa_sid=

This is one of the better discussions I have seen in a long time about the US's burden to be the global policeman.