Thus far, the president has found the Goldilocks zone of dealing with Iran’s perennial threat. The next move is in the mullahs’ hands.
The United States has preferred toothless sanctions over victory. But sometimes the right sanctions are deadlier than atom bombs.
Instead of commending the commander-in-chief, the Left and its lackeys in the media are criticizing President Trump and sympathizing with the mullahs and the “revered Iranian military figure,” Qassem Suleimani.
Tax reform, trade reform, regulatory reform, and energy reform offer winning hand for all Americans.
The successful launch of China’s Long March V heavy-lift rocket should be far more disconcerting to American leaders than it has been. Those American leaders who are not taking this development seriously are part of the reason why the United States has allowed its advantages in space to evaporate.
This is bigger than just one buggy, unflyable fighter jet. This is a matter of national security and American sovereignty.
Trump has made possible a revolution in conservative thought and principles. He has inspired a new generation of conservatives to assert themselves, to re-think old loyalties and allegiances, and most of all to repudiate the worthless conservatism that came before him.
We have big plans for next year. But we can’t do this without you.
In America, the Democratic Party is following the path of Corbyn’s Labour Party in its support of open borders and opposition to any immigration enforcement. Trump’s 2020 campaign message is not as clear as it was in 2016, but that same platform is still as popular as it was when it won Trump the presidency.
Brexit is a blessing for both the American and British governments. Yet, that blessing may not be fully realized without American help. The Trump Administration should act swiftly to help London in securing a better future both for itself and the Anglo-American community.
In a word, the hackneyed nonsense of recent decades about the post-Reagan-Thatcher decline of the Anglo-Saxons—beloved of the Chinese, French, Russians, Arabs, and Iranians—is shown, yet again in modern history to be bunk.
The days of the Davos crowd as transnational power wielders are shrinking. And it’s not Trump who’s caused that.
Between Jeremy Corbyn’s Bleak House of beggars and billionaires, and the one-nation conservatism of Boris Johnson, the British people voted emphatically for the latter.
Willingly letting foreigners from countries with a history of terrorism train in the United States is idiotic. It’s time for a change.
Rather than obfuscate the recent events in Pensacola, the U.S. government should declare that the country is at risk as never before to a jihadist cyberattack. And it must go on an emergency war footing to defend our vulnerable assets in cyberspace.
We are stuck with the administrative state, but we’ve lost the industries the bureaucrats were supposed to efficiently manage.
The time for persuasion is not over. In our quest to form alliances, the probability of success is greater when logic is expressed with love, when fear is countered with calm, resentment with friendship.
If Americans are owed nothing, then their leaders are off the hook. That’s what the Democratic candidates are really saying: citizenship means nothing, Americans don’t count, and the rights and privileges of living in America are completely arbitrary.
Unless there is a substantial international rejection of Huawei as the 5G provider of many countries, the United States will find itself suffering from our own lack of urgency in developing this and other tech.
NATO survives and grows in strength thanks to one Donald J. Trump.