By Liberty Report Staff
In an essay that is now over 20 years old, the great free market economist Murray Rothbard was taking America's foreign policy to task. He could clearly see that America was embarking on a policy of endless war.
Rothbard said mockingly:
I make a Modest Proposal for the only possible consistent and coherent foreign policy: the U.S. must, very soon, Invade the Entire World!
Have we reached the point of actually invading the entire world?
But hundreds of U.S. military bases do checker the entire planet, with troops ready to intervene anywhere at a moments notice.
Check out the following headlines.
They're from the last couple of days:
This is in addition to actual U.S. wars being conducted in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia.
Just yesterday, Patrick Buchanan echoed Murray Rothbard in his piece entitled: Shall We Fight Them All?
Isn't the U.S. federal government supposed to be the government of 50 United States?
Its actions clearly indicate that it believes itself to be the government of the entire world.
Is this what Americans really want?