We’ve been taking some heat for what should and shouldn’t be included in the “public good”- from schools to roads. Almost universally, even the most anti-big-government voices still believe in the need for a “common defense.”
However, our choices in foreign policy have often come back to haunt us. Picking sides in far away wars has proven to be expensive and having a net effect of turning our country into a debtor nation.
Greg Hunter and David Esrati talk about our choices, post 9/11, and if our country can really afford a war.
Let the comments fly.