The battle of the decade is now between popular sovereignty and globalism. It will have far-reaching political, economic, and social consequences, even for taxation.
After the embarrassment at Anchorage, here are four rules for engaging with China on the world stage going forward.
We can only hope that America will one day see Russia as a competitor with rational motivations, not as a target for the ever-shifting ideological agendas of the U.S. government.
The monotonous routine of those Beltway cretins, like a well-oiled machine, is back in a big way.
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.
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.
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.
We cannot let these oligarchs compel our national suicide to boost the gross domestic product.
We have no excuse for not finally waking up to the threat that China poses.
There is hope that Joe Biden will pause before jettisoning policies that have advanced peace in the Middle East more effectively than anything since Camp David in 1978.
Without a firm commitment from the president-elect, religious-freedom advocates fear the delicate work of the past four years could all evaporate.
The American elite who oppose Trump’s America First movement are globalists, protecting the gains and promoting the further expansion of what has become the American empire.
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.