The Perfumed Princes of the Pentagon

If you're not familiar with the term "Perfumed Prince," take a look at Air Force LTG Jay Silveria, Commander of the Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs. Silveria achieved the national spotlight by chewing out the entire class over racial slurs posted on five cadets' quarters.  Months later, it turned out that one of the targets was actually the perpetrator. Here are some bullet points from a field manual. Get the facts, before you act. Solve problems at the lowest level. Concede a mistake. Praise in public, reprimand in private. General "Knee-Jerk" violated all of them.  When confronted with his error, he replied that this had to be said anyway.  Apparently, he was conflating the Charlottesville protests with his own command, not to mention a likely disdain for his commander in chief. But here we have an intelligence failure.  Charlottesville may well have been a false flag operation.  So was the...(Read Full Article)