Thanks to delusional, feckless cowards in Washington, there will be another 9/11 and only those who understand the true lesson of 20 years ago can save us from it.
Are we ready for the 20th anniversary of September 11? Our enemies certainly are.
Here’s what we need to do differently, should Donald Trump take back the White House in 2024.
Donald Trump is back. More like him are appearing. And his enemies are not doing as well as they would wish. But it is not enough.
Whether he will run in three years or just be the conservative kingmaker, Donald Trump will be with us and his impact on our movement cannot be undone.
When you demonize 63 million Americans for four years sooner or later some of them will cross the line.
We have no excuse for not finally waking up to the threat that China poses.
The only questions left now are: which side will mobilize more of their voters, and when in fact will we even have a real, official, and certified winner?
You want to lecture others about morals, principles, and “character?” Then don’t stand by those who have none.
It’s about China, stupid.
The Democrats lack archetypal manly American figures. And that’s why Trump must be destroyed.
To win the next debate, all the president has to do is stick to three objectives.
We unleashed the military, removed the outrageous restrictions put upon them by Obama so that they could actually do their jobs, and we set a concrete goal: destroy the physical caliphate of ISIS.
Thirty years after “winning” the Cold War, America faces an even greater threat from within—and it’s a threat that has internalized key elements of fascism as well.
If Donald J. Trump is re-elected to a second term as president, will that victory finally be enough to break the back of a military and policy “elite” who have surrendered to the anti-American mobs and the Democratic Party who made them possible?
Yes, Mattis is wrong. But more than that, he is a moral coward.
Not one journalist or mainstream media organ has admitted they were wrong about the Russia hoax.
Justice for the president’s former national security adviser may finally be possible. But how do we make sure such prosecutorial abuses don’t happen again?
By restricting domestic travel but allowing international travel from Wuhan to the rest of the World, Beijing satisfied the key elements of any reasonable definition of terrorism.
Now will we take the threat China poses seriously?