Command and Control: The U.S. Civil-Military Relationship

Shortly ago, Lloyd Austin took office as the U.S. Secretary of Defense. A former career officer in the U.S. Army, Austin’s confirmation was met with bipartisan opposition Senators, who argued against his appointment given his prior military service. Continue reading Command and Control: The U.S. Civil-Military Relationship

Hostile Corporate Power: Twitter and @realDonaldTrump

The public square is unavailable amidst lockdowns, television media has often refused to air certain speeches in full, radio’s reach is inadequate and other fora committed to free speech (e.g., Parler) are being removed from the internet. Continue reading Hostile Corporate Power: Twitter and @realDonaldTrump