Libya. Ukraine. Russia. The Syrian Red Line. Iran. Benghazi. ISIS. The Clinton “footprint” around the globe is not a clean one. The results are not stellar. We witness attacks in France, San Bernardino, and Orlando. We seek strong leadership, and a vision for the world that is anchored by American leadership. Foreign policy should not be a winning issue for Hillary Clinton; yet, it is. … Continue reading Losing on Foreign Policy
News this week revealing the Obama administration’s handing over to Iran roughly $400 million to secure the full release of American hostages underscores certain truths and, in Bill Clinton’s own words, the president’s “awful legacy”. The manner in which he wired the funds, however, place into context why the Iran Deal was horrible, why the Western allies capitulated on every point to the Iranians, the … Continue reading Obama’s Paid Ransom to Iran Shows Why Nuclear Deal Excluded a Signed Treaty
There has been a lot of action in the news over the past 24 hours. Here is what you need to know: Vice President Pick Is In: Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has picked Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his Vice President. There were reports that he was undecided late last night, and that Trump was still uncertain about his pick. The list narrowed down … Continue reading Your 24 Hour Briefing
On June 23, a referendum was put to a public vote. This referendum was to decide whether or not the United Kingdom remained in the European Union. As the voted came in, it was looking more and more like the vote to stay would win. However, the following morning, citizens of the UK woke up to find that their country would soon no longer be a … Continue reading Great Britain to Leave EU, Cameron Resigns as Britons Overwhelmingly Support Brexit
“It was a dry cold night, and the wind blew keenly, and the frost was white and hard. A man would die tonight of lying out on the marshes, I thought. And then I looked at the stars, and considered how awful it would be for a man to turn his face up to them as he froze to death, and see no help or … Continue reading On a Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Syrian Refugee situation, It’s Totally Worth It.
In the wake of the raging Intifada, Israel has lost her right to exist — and its old enemy, Jordan, is the clear benefactor of both the Jewish state’s political incompetence and international support. A very close second place should be awarded to the Palestinian Authority. Lastly, the Obama administration and his puppet Gen. Sec. Ban Ki-moon at the United Nations now control the destiny of the Jewish state. … Continue reading The Obama/UN Connection with the Arab League to Erode Israeli Claims to West Bank, Sovereignty
France has understandably encountered a shake-up in its international outlook following the terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13th. A quick note on the European global legacy may be appropriate here. Europe, the cradle of Western civilization, has prospered much by the political and economic ideas and systems that its history has borne. This has undoubtedly given it — and its former colonial counterparts, such … Continue reading The Problem of European Guilt
While they are an awful, deadly, terrorist organization, ISIS is not the deadliest terrorist organization. Boko Haram, a group that is often brushed over by the media is actually the deadliest terrorist organization. According to the New York Times, ISIS was responsible for 6,073 deaths, while Boko Haram was responsible for 6,664 deaths. Both of these numbers are tragic and staggering. However, we continually only … Continue reading Boko Haram: Deadlier than ISIS and just as important