Podcast: “The Hard Country” Ep.7, and a Texas-legislative update.
American strategy in the Western Hemisphere, a defense of the Monroe Doctrine, the latest on border security in the Western Hemisphere, and beyond.
We’ve got another episode of The Hard Country out, for your weekend enjoyment. We begin with the disintegration of Spanish America in the Napoleonic era, move onward to the utilization of its successor states by rivals to the United States, then to a vigorous defense of the Monroe Doctrine, then to an exposition on why Mexican cartels deserve U.S. foreign-terror organization designations, and thence well beyond. Have a listen:
The Hard Country can be found on YouTube, quite obviously, and also at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, and no doubt elsewhere.
As a bonus, my colleague Brian Phillips and I had a discussion of border-security legislation in the current Texas Legislature, which you can see here:
To borrow a phrase, buen fin de semana a todos.
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