Construction rather than destruction must be our battle cry.
Alabama voters should ignore Trump’s rage-tweets and vote for Jeff Sessions in November.
A sustained U.S. covert campaign is already underway in Venezuela. But this crisis needs a diplomatic resolution.
One can expect Iran to launch many more satellites into orbit over the next year or so to complete the constellation it is developing. At that point, both North Korea and Iran would have the capability to threaten the technological American military with certain defeat.
Not since the interwar period has the American military position in the Pacific been weaker—and the Chinese know it.
Does Trump have what it takes to fulfill that which he was called to do, as Lincoln, FDR, and Reagan did for their generations? Or, will he surrender to the democratic-globalist oligarchs who control our dying society?
Clearly, the Trump Administration is committed to positioning itself to attack Iran. It looks to be a matter of “when” and not “if.”
Coronavirus may or may not prove as deadly as the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic. But the disease has clearly shown the need to end China’s dominant position in the global supply chain.
Instead of stemming a crisis, a centralized approach to scientific research and development merely prolongs it.
The coronavirus outbreak and its impact on Chinese politics is probably the most important event for China since Mao’s “Great Leap Forward.” China’s long history suggests there is a pattern to these events that ends with the old regime being swept away and replaced by another.
Whichever country conquers space first will write the destiny of the rest of us on Earth for this century. Clearly, the House Democrats don’t care. They want us to lose to the Red Chinese because that would be a victory for them over “that man” in the White House.
Washington must now compete against its rivals in China, Russia, and Iran for as much influence around the world as possible. In such a competition, hard-nosed realism, not airy moralism, must be America’s lodestar.
Will the deep state allow it?
The president is leaving Iran, Iraq, and Syria to their own self-destructive devices while he empowers U.S. allies in the region and focuses on defending actual American interests.
Thus far, the president has found the Goldilocks zone of dealing with Iran’s perennial threat. The next move is in the mullahs’ hands.
The successful launch of China’s Long March V heavy-lift rocket should be far more disconcerting to American leaders than it has been. Those American leaders who are not taking this development seriously are part of the reason why the United States has allowed its advantages in space to evaporate.
Brexit is a blessing for both the American and British governments. Yet, that blessing may not be fully realized without American help. The Trump Administration should act swiftly to help London in securing a better future both for itself and the Anglo-American community.
Rather than obfuscate the recent events in Pensacola, the U.S. government should declare that the country is at risk as never before to a jihadist cyberattack. And it must go on an emergency war footing to defend our vulnerable assets in cyberspace.
The United States needs to stop acting like Britain in 1902, which refused to make serious adjustments to its foreign policy until it was too late.
From one perspective, it would be a no-brainer: Alberta’s entrance as the 51st state would consolidate U.S. power and prosperity on the North American continent, while better positioning the United States to compete for access and dominance in the Arctic.