Perhaps, just perhaps, the humiliation of watching the truth jump out of his mouth and stand in the light of day will chasten Dubya.
Amendments to the WHO’s International Health Regulations would give an unaccountable global bureaucracy the power to impose Shanghai-style lockdowns in U.S. cities—with or without our consent.
American support for Ukraine is chasing an elusive, vaguely defined victory similar to the fruitless 20-year American commitment in Afghanistan.
Donald Trump’s calls for peace are at odds with most of the GOP. But a forever war in Ukraine benefits no one.
Deep and brutal strife in 1930s Spain was a prelude to the barbarity of World War II. Now with the war in Ukraine, we’re reminded that the veneer of civilization is very thin.
Americans should reflexively distrust every claim about “Putin’s war crimes.”
Despite all the fretting over Trump's "America First" rhetoric, his administration strengthened relations with key partners. The Biden Administration has lost them all.
If Vladimir Putin was hesitant to attack U.S. satellites because of the potentially destructive American counterattack in space, he is now tempted to strike hard and fast against the Yanks in space.
Joe Biden’s thoughtless, casual, and inflated rhetoric is taking America to the brink of war.
Democrats and Republicans are nearly lockstep on the question of foreign military intervention during Democratic presidencies, including our current extensive assistance to Ukraine. Why?
U.S. economic penalties against Russia have done little damage to Moscow while threatening to do irreparable harm to the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
Sensible Americans reject the progressive foreign policy that has dragged the United States into more and more conflicts abroad . . . and at home.
It is past time to re-evaluate key U.S. assumptions about Europe and the European Union.
For Americans who seek forward-looking inspiration, the lesson is simple: The nation-state, and the tangible flourishing of the nation-state's people, must always come first.
As the nation’s top diplomat, Madeleine Albright did not really do diplomacy. She proclaimed America’s power and right to do as it pleased.
The Biden Administration’s lies, errors, and miscalculations over Russia will probably hurt the American people more than Putin.
You don’t have to be a Putin apologist to find fault with Western narratives on Ukraine. American interests depend on appreciating the bigger picture.
Though we have the might to meet force with force, Ukraine’s fight is not our own. We have no land to conquer and no victory to attain.
The solution to the Ukraine mess is not sending jets and establishing no-fly zones that guarantee our participation in a devastating worldwide war. The solution is the negotiating table and peace.
America First means keeping America out of unnecessary wars promoted by the liberal elite for nation-building in which we have no strategic interests.