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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Point of a Gun by Steven W. Kohlhagen


Author Kohlhagen may have an ax to grind.  I don’t know that but this book is hypercritical of the current anti-terrorism programs.  If he is grinding an ax I will be happy to grind with him.  The bureaucratic morass of the federal government is only surpassed by the inability to cooperate for the benefit of its citizens is a theme in the book and I have to agree.

The book details a group of vigilantes who are terminating terrorist before they can successfully execute their mission.  The vigilantes may or may not be highly placed government officials.

The book hits home on so many levels.  Just picking up a paper and blindly chose any page and there will be a story about some bickering by our elected officials.  The tweet-meister has brought a new low to lack of cooperation.  One has to wonder who is running the government when all our elected officials appear to be lining up to stab each other in the back.  

I liked the book even as I found it very depressingly accurate.

Web: https://www.stevenwkohlhagen.com/

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