What Giulio Douhet and John Warden could teach President Trump about taking down the mullahs.
Taking down a long-standing adversary of the United States, with a minimum loss of life at a relatively low cost and by remote, high-tech means would be an enormous payoff. Imagine that.
We have ordnance that can kill enemies 200 feet underground. But the important part is to limit civilian casualties while causing the Iranian economy and regime to implode.
Was Jeff Zucker surprised when the bubbly pair of Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen bounced along the edge of the giggles like a couple of teenagers?
Italians refer to the team of OSS soldiers who liberated their village as “i grandi Americani dai ceili”—the great Americans from the skies.
CNN’s patron saint of dolts, fibbers, and hair gel makers redefines Christianity.
A celebration of Ted Turner (and an encounter with Jeff “Mother” Zucker)
In West Virginia, you don’t have to bet your life on a fire extinguisher and a tusk from a marine unicorn.
The CNN anchor’s latest on-air stunt is the reason the backhand was invented.
Well-coached former Ukraine envoy Marie Yovanovitch says she finds the president’s tweets “very intimidating.” Now imagine her in the face of a real crisis.
An unfair comparison between Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Major General Sueyoshi Kusaba of the Imperial Japanese Army.
He made Brian Stelter flinch from across the couch!
Schiff, a Democrat reminiscent of the corrupt, old Tennessee political machine, might take note of what some voters do when secrecy and deceit are applied subjectively to public processes.
If Mussolini shares a style with anyone, consider Barry McCaffrey.
If Admiral McRaven doesn’t like the president or his policies, then he should do what McClellan did: Make his bed, stop whining, and run for president—with either party.
When I was a six-year-old, I loved “The Paul Winchell Show,” because Winchell could make his dummies so lifelike and believable that you thought they had […]
The mullahs are calculating the odds against a conventional war, which they believe would send the West’s economy into a tailspin. Trouble is, they are up against an unconventional U.S. administration with more than enough power to crush them at a game of “little green men."
One might interrupt the Univision anchor’s preening and president-bashing to ask: What did you do for America, Jorge?
Jeff Zucker sends Jim “Divine Windbag” Sciutto on a journalistic suicide mission and misses.
Americans are pretty easy-going. But push them too far, and they will remind their would-be “betters” that they are citizens, not subjects. That’s who “we” are.