Americans must recognize that foreign aid, rather than empowering democracy and freedom abroad, often fuels instability and violence in some of the world’s most vulnerable regions.
Joe Biden should be reinforcing the Abraham Accords. He should be extending Trump’s successful security policies and diplomacy instead of sabotaging them.
Once people are empowered, though there may be frustrating fits and starts, eventually they will refuse to be muted or mastered.
While busy virtue signaling their superior compassion, too many politicians are creating an incredibly dangerous situation that could result in a massive loss of innocent life.
The country of Cardinal Richelieu, Louis XIV, Robespierre and the Committee of Public Safety, Napoleon, and de Gaulle knows its mind.
While we are busy devouring each other, China is smiling that once-feared American running-dog capitalists have become laughable Keystone Cops.
How can they not hate him? He stands for freedom and equality.
The United States has continued to describe the Iranian regime as the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism for a reason. How, and why, should we negotiate with it?
We should reject calls by elites who have conducted a largely inept campaign of international counterterrorism to now use those tools on their domestic opponents.
If he wants to get tough on China, partnering with them in space isn’t the way to go. Biden needs to strengthen our defense against further espionage and put the needs of Americans first.
Richard Nixon spoke nothing but the truth when he famously remarked, “No power on earth can defeat or humiliate the United States, except the United States.” Will we?
It is time to move on from the Cold War consensus that Reagan is the gold standard of the American Right. The Donald has taken the Gipper’s place.
The populists on the Left and Right are both knights and the establishment is a dragon. The two groups agree mainly on what constitutes America’s problems. Can they work together?
Today’s great challenge is not to promote or transform any progressive world order but simply to defend existing democracies. The United States remains much stronger than some believe.
The movement really needs to be less about making America great again and more about making America free again.
Meet Thomas Donilon, the China hand behind Joe Biden's nonchalance toward Beijing.
It would be a fitting capstone to the first presidency in a half-century to recognize the PRC for the arch-foe that it is.
The time is now to resolve to rectify what no other American president has had the courage to rectify. Trump should claim the $2 trillion China owes Americans and put America first.
Climate change is a national security threat—but not in the way the national security elite assumes.
We cannot let these oligarchs compel our national suicide to boost the gross domestic product.