Our leaders are fixated on subverting nations with values they find inconvenient, but are willing to tolerate bad actors they find useful.
The United States should use its military might to protect our borders and defend our sovereignty.
America’s military is at risk of a different sort of tyranny: the purging of unauthorized political views.
We can only hope that America will one day see Russia as a competitor with rational motivations, not as a target for the ever-shifting ideological agendas of the U.S. government.
Americans must recognize that foreign aid, rather than empowering democracy and freedom abroad, often fuels instability and violence in some of the world’s most vulnerable regions.
Although thorough, thought-provoking, and chilling in its descriptions of the problems in America’s heartland, the prescription from “America Lost” feels like an insufficient response.
Republicans need to start applying their principles in a way that serves their constituents.