Two Chiefs of Staff Say US has Overreacted to Islamic Threat

Story found at Crooks and Liars.

The report says Americans are overreacting to Islamic extremism, underinvesting in their youth, and failing to embrace the sense of competition and opportunity that made America a world power. The United States has been increasingly consumed by seeing the world through the lens of threat, while failing to understand that influence, competitiveness, and innovation are the key to advancing American interests in the modern world.

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Filed under church and state, domestic terrorism, Islamic relations, Our glorious war on terror

One response to “Two Chiefs of Staff Say US has Overreacted to Islamic Threat

  1. The first thing I thought after I read the headline.. “What else is new?” haha.

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