Farmers don't want to lose access to foreign markets.
Trump's top adviser thinks we're in "the great Fourth Turning in American history.”
In the months after the 9/11 attacks, most Americans felt that the threats we faced from terrorists were limitless. Anything seemed possible if al-Qaeda militants could enter our country, learn to fly airplanes, and then crash commercial flights into the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
Anyone who attended New America and Arizona State University's "Future of War" conference and sought a clear vision of the future was in for disappointment. The picture that emerged from a fast-moving series of panels, interviews, and TED-style talks was one of muddled uncertainty.