It's Not Just Physical Walls the U.S. Must Build in the Coronavirus Era

Walls have been the norm for settlements since the earliest Neolithic days.  Farmers have things, such as food and valuable implements.  Other people want those things and are sometimes inclined to take them.  Walls provide security so that people can live with some degree of peace.  Throughout history, everywhere towns and cities, and even nations, have built walls to keep out the riff-raff.  Why?  Well, walls work!  Walls come in many sizes and materials: stone, steel, bricks and wood.  They come in many sizes, from protecting a small settlement to protecting an entire territory.  Hadrian’s Wall, Offa’s Dyke and the Great Wall of China show us the effectiveness of long walls in the preservation of a nation. Trump’s wall promises similar utility.  Walls are a powerful force multiplier – provided they are adequately garrisoned.  There are a multitude of examples in history where a small defending...(Read Full Article)
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