Civilian Order Correspondent Dallas Darling:

Lost somewhere between Barack Obama’s trip to the Middle East and Europe was the debate over a civilian-oriented Commander In Chief. But then U.S. corporate hegemony, mixed with media malfeasance, has replaced the U.S. Constitution and proclaimed the litmus test for the office of Commander In Chief is one of militancy. Although the Commander in Chief is supposed to be first and foremost a citizen representing all of the people, it has become extremely popular to place the Armed Forces and Corporate-Pentagon in front of this constitutional principle.

I claim civilians are more potent than militians, proffer greater solutions and smack hierarchy to its place.