Jack Ryan & Red Rabbit

John Patrick Jack Ryan, Sr. is a fictional character created by Tom Clancy who appears in many of his novels. Red Rabbit (2002) is a New York Times bestselling novel by Tom Clancy. 1.7/5

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Wisdom from Jack Ryan: ..."The Soviet Union is fundamentally unstable. Why? Because it's an unjust society, and there ain't no such as a STABLE unjust society..." Red Rabbit pg 129 I wonder what Jack thinks of the United States; a nation that: Has murdered 56,000,000 plus babies since Roe v Wade. Has legalized homosexuality. Has for all intents and purposes legalized homicide (since convicted killers rarely get the death penalty anymore, regardless of how heinous the act). Has permitted homosexuals into the military and given Christianity and its adherents a lot of difficulty in that military. Has replaced a Christian based law system with one based upon the Humanist Manifesto II (1973). Has turned its back on the Constitution.
Tom Clancy, one of my favorite authors, passed today. I may have to read a little bit of my Rainbow Six, Red Rabbit, and Patriot Games. It's sad he will not get to see Chris Pine play his most popular character in the upcoming Jack Ryan film.
Red Rabbit (Tom Clancy) (Paperback): Jack Ryan's first days with the CIA may be the Pope's last days alive.
Born in 1950, Ryan's background is established in Patriot Games and Red Rabbit. His father was Emmet William Ryan (1922–1974), a police homicide lieutenant in Baltimore, and World War II veteran. The elder Ryan had served with the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division at the Battle of the Bulge. His m...
Red Rabbit: Tom Clancy returns to Jack Ryan's early days, in an extraordinary novel of global political drama. L...
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