Scott brings Bill Buppert on the show for a long discussion centering around U.S. attempts at utilizing irregular warfare since 1945. The two touch on the Afghan surge, the battle of Tora Bora, the Vietnam War, Color Revolutions, Suicide Bombings, Austrian Economics and much more.
Discussed on the show:
- Chasing Ghosts: An Irregular Warfare Podcast
- The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas Kuhn
- Quigley Down Under (IMDb)
- “A Clean Break” (The Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies)
- Stalin’s War by Sean McMeekin
- Jawbreaker by Gary Berntsen
- Kill Bin Laden by Thomas Greer AKA Dalton Fury
- “This Air Force commando called in 688,000 pounds of bombs in one battle” (Task & Purpose)
- Bush at War by Bob Woodward
- Leap of Faith by Michael J. Mazarr
- Why The Vietnam War? by the great Mike Swanson
- Kill Anything That Moves by Nick Turse
- Dangerous History Podcast Woodrow Wilson Series, Part 1
- Wilson’s War by Jim Powell
- FDR’s Folly by Jim Powell
- Yesterday’s Man by Branko Marcetic
- By Way of Deception by Victor Ostrovsky
- Dying to Win by Robert Pape
- The Dash Podcast
- Touching the ‘Tism Podcast
Bill Buppert is a retired Army officer, independent philosopher, military historian and systems engineer. He hosts two podcasts: Chasing Ghosts and The Dash.
This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods’ Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott.
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