Our immigration policy should prioritize the dogged preservation of America’s free-thinking, free-praying, free-speaking, and free-opportunity traditions as the greatest global ideal.
All thoughtful Americans wish to resume a bipartisan consensus on principal foreign policy issues.
His assertion that “right-wing” terrorists pose the greatest terrorist threat to our country is a sop to his new paymasters and a selling out of the people who made his career.
The foreign policy establishment’s vapidities veil a substantive void. Their competence is bounded strictly by their experience, which is of personal success and public failure.
The “woke” ideology is a threat to our national security and it’s about time our elites recognized this.
The Geneva Consensus Declaration must be embraced, defended, and fought for by American conservatives. Our true national security depends on fundamental moral realism.
None mentioned that the Abraham Accords might actually bring stability and growth to the region. Nor did any give credit for this breakthrough to President Trump.
The goal of the globalists—peace and prosperity for all mankind—is better served by Trump’s version of nationalism. Globalists offer only tyranny masquerading as enlightenment.
Trump saw that most of the Middle East was ready to love its children more than they hated Israel. He got it. And he acted upon it, to remarkable effect.
New pre-COVID data shows policy choices caused immigration numbers to drop even as the economy sped up.
Like it or not, Trump hit on a great truth that no country can write off its vast industrial interior, destroy its borders, or prefer managed decline over renewal, and meanwhile call itself moral.
The idiots most useful to the Chinese Communist Party are in Silicon Valley.
Only power restrains power.
Here, we hope, is a change to the immigration system that will be a lasting achievement of which the Trump Administration can be proud.
From Mickey Mouse to Mickey Mao-se.
The HACT Act would give American companies, universities and individuals the ability to sue foreign, state-sponsored hackers for damages. It is long overdue.
Trump threatens the status quo because he utters sentiments that resonate with the unwashed masses but are never supposed to be uttered in polite society.
The business community has become the single most powerful force for authoritarian cultural leftism. What can the Right do to combat it?
Chinese investments are not only immoral—they are dangerous.
To a pro-life movement accustomed to condescension and dismissal from Republican party leaders, President Trump is an unexpected and welcome delight.