Wait till you read this essay! Who could vote for any political candidate who can be tied in, even remotely, with Sheldon Adelson or Haim Saban? Both are probably lovely gentlemen, but their foreign policy views make their influence a cancer for any political candidate. Scott McConnell, founding editor of The American Conservative, lays out the reasoning against the influence of both Adelson and Saban here.
After reading Scott’s thoughtful analysis, look at my series on the foreign policy guidelines laid out by the Cato Institute’s Chris Preble (read about Chris and his work here, here. here and here.). And be certain to order a copy of the best foreign policy book I have read to date, The Power Problem.
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