The United States will pursue its interests and will reciprocate allied support, but not write a blank check for every country that asks for it.
Decentralizing economic power is key to restoring both the economic and social health of our nation.
Finding an alternative to Davos that brings the true drivers of innovation and leadership in both government and industry together is sorely needed, more than ever before.
All told, the Trump Administration has had remarkable success in addressing a vexing problem that Congress seems determined to ignore. They’re too busy impeaching, or naming post offices, or whatever it is they do now.
President Trump needs to understand that America needs a more moderate level of immigration because it’s both good policy and good politics. Cheap foreign labor is cheap foreign labor, whether it’s legal or illegal, permanent or temporary, blue-collar or white-collar.
Far from settling scores, America should be looking for the exits as fast as possible. But, at least here, the president’s transactional calculus prevented us from further running up the bill.
The U.S national security establishment’s failures, followed by its members’ profitable retirements on corporate boards, has earned them rejection as corrupt incompetents. Wrapping themselves in pretenses of patriotic commitment and expertise has made them contemptible.
America has a new Iran strategy and we should now embrace it.
The phase-one trade deal with China exemplifies how President Trump has remade our relations with China and reset the debate on trade and the economy.
Let’s just be thankful that war was avoided and no Americans were killed. We can hope President Trump will avoid escalation with Iran and take the chance to get America out of Iraq. If not, it’s just a matter of time before we get dragged back into the abyss.
Like never before, the president risks the dark.
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.