As of Dec. 26, Kim Jong Un’s “Christmas gift” to President Donald Trump had not arrived. Most foreign policy analysts predict it will be a missile test.
What kind of impeachment is this, with not one crime from the list the Founding Fathers designated as impeachable acts?
The president is claiming the constitutional rights of the Executive Branch that he, as its present occupant, is obligated to defend? Trump would be derelict in his duty if he allowed a rogue House…
The four leading Democrat candidates for its presidential nomination — Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Pete Buttigieg — are all white.
In a startling front-page story Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. is to send 14,000 troops to the Middle East, in addition to the 14,000 we have sent since May.
If China’s army moves in and crushes the demonstrators whose hopes were raised by America’s declared solidarity, then what are we prepared to do to save them and their cause?
One day, one of these war guarantees is going to be called upon, and we may find that the American people were unaware of that commitment, and are unwilling to honor it.
The danger for Democrats: While Warren is now the party’s front-runner, they fear she’s a sure loser to Donald Trump in 2020.
In return for meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Trump had a right to demand that Ukraine initiate an investigation into its most corrupt company, Burisma.
At present levels, illegal immigration is bringing in millions of people without the work, education or language skills to compete and assimilate rapidly in a first world, Western economy.
There appears to be a multiplicity of causes igniting and fueling the protests and riots sweeping capital cities across our world.
The “territorial integrity and sovereignty” of Ukraine is not now and has never been a vital interest of ours that would justify a U.S. war with a nuclear-armed Russia.
“Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” Which of these did Trump commit?
That Trump is not cheered at a D.C. baseball game is not odd, for the spectators are not working-class Trumpians. Series tickets cost hundreds, even thousands, of dollars.
Today, because both sides of our foreign policy quarrel have powerful constituencies, we have paralysis anew, reflected in policy.
If the “end of history” and worldwide triumph of democratic capitalism thesis has, as most agree, been disproven, is it possible that the Age of Democracy is itself a passing phase in the history…
The seemingly irreconcilable Syrian and Turkish demands is now Putin’s problem. If he can work this out, he ought to get the Nobel Prize.
When Trump said he was ending everlasting commitments and bringing U.S. troops home from “endless wars,” he was not bluffing.
Trump has himself conceded, impeachment is probable, the outcome of this historic collision between the president and Congress, which will decide the fates of Pelosi, Trump and Biden alike.
Among those objecting most loudly to an American withdrawal from the forever wars of the Middle East are those who were the most enthusiastic about plunging us in