Thursday, February 25, 2010

'Secure Nation'

Via Jules Crittenden, "Secure Nation":

Notes Jules:
Mike Slagh, an active-duty naval officer currently at Harvard’s JFK School and headed after that to EOD school, has started up Secure Nation, a somewhat academic military-civilian interface discussion forum … despite my best advice to him that putting your opinions on the Internet is sure to bring only scorn, ridicule and professional opprobrium.

Sharp-looking site. Slagh promises it will run a full spectrum of political views and it looks like, with a few posts up, it’s already headed that way with some thoughtful posts on variety of subjects and a submission form for anyone who wants to jump in. Slagh’s also asked me for a guest blog, which pretty much confirms he’s willing to live dangerously although I expect to behave and will be rummaging* around for some deep thots. I like the fact that everyone so far has a name attached. Easier to respect someone’s opinion when they are willing to stand by it.
Probably not as wild as GSGF, but I'll definitely be heading over there for some of the debates!

So what are you waiting for? Check out that post at the screencap: "
A Centrist Approach to Reforming Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell."

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