It seems odd to people who know me that I could have spent a couple of years living in Washington, living and breathing Capitol Hill, and spent many years before that seemingly supporting American foreign policy — or at least not not supporting it.
But this isn’t about being “pro-Russia” or “anti-America”. This is about right and wrong — and while no one side has a monopoly on right — we have come to a point in time when it seems that, by and large, we have accepted that one side does hold that monopoly.
We have, for the most part, blindly followed one narrative and dismissed all dissenting voices as nonsense.
That acceptance of a black and white view has led us to a dangerous precipice in Europe. Continue reading