Interesting view. Perhaps I grew up immersed in stories about political turbulence, especially the kind that ended with overthrown leaders. I also happened to focus on things that even the people around me didn't know much about, if within their specific areas of the world. If it was the Middle East, then I had some special attention paid to the Kurds. If we're talking East Asia, I could say a word or four in support of Japan's culture of cuteness. Call it a preference for overarching principles and strategies, and my main themes could surprise the others. Do you know anything about a political analyst named Walter Russell Mead, by chance?
Hello. I recall seeing you a few times in my main political thread in the Debate Forum, and I'll admit to developing an increasing level of curiosity about some of the debaters. As far as I can tell, BigLutz and LDSman are the main right-leaning political junkies, while Maedar and Silver Soul lean leftward, assuming that we're still using the main divisions of the American political spectrum. Would you mind if I asked what you would opine about my political orientation, based on the news I most often mention and the websites I most often analyze?