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Fritz Feds

Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Newt Gingrich gave an interesting speech yesterday at the American Enterprise Institute. In it, he argued that unless the State Department can make bold changes, the reputation of the United States in the global arena will be harmed and our ability to effect change hampered. Our reputation is harmed when we fail diplomatically, becasue we are then required to win militarily. The Center for Security Policy called the speech "one of the most important foreign policy addresses by a former national leader since Winston Churchill" gave his Fulton (Iron Curtain) Speech in March of 1946. I don't know about that, but read the speech if you get the chance.


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