Having shown that a hardline stance against migrants can be implemented quickly and successfully and having won Italians over to the idea of a Europe of sovereign nations, the leader of Italy's Lega Party has positioned himself to complete the task of “making Italians” that began a century and a half ago.
No one living bears any responsibility for the actions committed by others in the past, least of all for the folly of the world's elites. It is, however, our duty to recall the real cost of war.
The junior senator from Missouri is doing his best to remind the GOP of what they once prioritized: community bonds, strong families, and an economy that encourages true individual autonomy—not one that just means a bevy of market choices—to flourish.
Will the deep state allow it?
The movement threatens to explode the myths that “normalize” immigration, fruitless foreign wars, the deracination of the American people, and the disintegration of their culture.
Fixing this broken, immoral immigration system is one of the main reasons Donald Trump was elected. For the sake of the American people and the continuation of America as a truly unique, sovereign country, there really is no option for him but to succeed.
We honor those who died in foreign lands, we honor those who died in Iraq, we honor honor itself by showing the world why we fight.
Trump may be the most astute geopolitical tactician since Reagan—and the Democrats are beside themselves.
Boris Johnson has learned much from Donald Trump. Both men know the Workington Man and the Trump Democrat fled their ancestral parties with reluctant despair. Those emigrés expect a return on their trust.
The bipartisan political consensus of the 32 post-Reagan years has been unmasked, debunked, and overthrown. The political establishment will require a long time to reconstruct itself after this re-enactment of the fate of Humpty Dumpty.
Trump should play tough on the world stage. But that doesn’t require him to make nonsensical decisions that jeopardize American priorities and lives.
What Giulio Douhet and John Warden could teach President Trump about taking down the mullahs.
In his inaugural address, President Trump declared that the American people "will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action." The easiest way for him to retain the White House is to get even tougher on immigration.
Trump has avoided war while reasserting American dominance, demonstrating just how weak Iran truly is, and making it clear that we will no longer tolerate Iranian mischief. If the elites truly cared about the country, they would be happy.
The best course for the United States and Russia is to recognize that their common interest in peace in the Mediterranean requires parallel measures to restrain Erdoğan.
Iran has been attacking our citizens with impunity for decades. It must stop. It will stop. And Donald Trump will stop them.
A growing pile of studies and a growing pile of corpses show that the debate over trade—specifically trade with Red China—cannot be limited to a dissection of economic indices, profit and loss statements, and “increased shareholder value.”
What the reaction to President Trump’s threat to target Iranian cultural sites tells us about elite priorities.
It’s imperative that the president knows his leash is short. The neoconservatives that have compounded the mess in the Middle East have torched their credibility and their usefulness. We won’t be fooled again.
Getting distracted by this peripheral, chaotic, and sectarian part of the world has as little to do with our long term interests today as Lebanon did in 1983.