Caesar had a plan and a goal that coincided with his own quest for personal glory: he would conquer Gaul (present-day France along with parts of neighboring countries) for the expansion and security of Rome in 50 BC. That he accomplished in nine years of well executed battles and deft negotiations among warring tribes. It was a conflict on many fronts which required his constant attention. Continue reading “Julius Caesar in Need Today, a Supreme Strategist with a Clear Purpose”
As Mexican cartels continue to drive more drugs and people across the U.S. border, there’s talk of using American troops to combat them.
The U.S. surely doesn’t need another war, but some degree of force may be necessary to contain the drug cartels that are becoming more of a menace on the border with violence uncomfortably close and sometimes slipping over. Continue reading “Is War with Mexico Possible?”