After playing clips of Democratic politicians reciting that truth of modern liberalism, Tucker Carlson asked, “How, precisely, is diversity our strength?”
Is President Donald Trump about to intervene militarily in the Syrian civil war? For that is what he and his advisers seem to be signaling.
The campaign to overturn the 2016 election and bring down President Trump shifted into high gear this week.
Labor Day brought news that another U.S. serviceman had been killed in an insider attack by an Afghan soldier.
“McCain’s Death Leaves Void” ran The Wall Street Journal headline over a front-page story that began:
Democrats who have grown giddy about taking the House should consider what a campaign to bring down a president, who is supported by a huge swath of the nation and has fighting allies in the press…
In backing John Brennan’s right to keep his top-secret security clearance, despite his having charged the president with treason, the U.S. intel community has chosen to fight on indefensible terrain.
What Clinton, Cuomo, and Obama spilled out reveals what is really behind the cultural and ideological wars of America today.
A list of America’s adversaries here would contain the Taliban, the Houthis of Yemen, Bashar Assad of Syria, Erdogan’s Turkey, Iran, North Korea, Russia and China — a pretty full plate.
If other nations reject such freedoms as suicidal stupidity, do we have some obligation to intervene in their internal affairs to promote them?
As long as Trump is in the White House and the party base is so viscerally behind him and his America First agenda, a renunciation of tariffs or a return to globalism is dead.
A war with Iran would define, consume and potentially destroy the Trump presidency, but exhilarate the neocon never-Trumpers who most despise the man.
The struggle is between the claims of tribe, ethnicity, peoples and nations, against the commands of liberal democracy.
“Make America Great Again!” the most successful slogans in political history. Yet it raises a question: How did America first become the world’s greatest economic power?
Better to jaw-jaw, than war-war, said Churchill. He was right, as is President Trump to keep talking to Putin — right through the Russophobia.
The real explanation for this behavior is the simplest one: America’s elites have been driven over the edge by Trump’s successes and their failure to block him.
Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, President Trump declared that U.S. relations with Russia have “never been worse.”
President Donald Trump may have completed the capture of all three branches of the U.S. government for the Republican Party. Not bad for a rookie.
America pays more for NATO, an alliance created 69 years ago to defend Europe, than do the Europeans. Europe free-rides off our defense effort and runs trade surpluses at $100 billion a year.
With never-Trump conservatives bailing on the GOP and crying out for the Party of Pelosi to save us, some painful truths need to be restated.
The issue of 2018: Should we, or should we not, abolish ICE and embrace the progressive alternative of open borders?
The new demography of the Democratic Party brought about the defeat of Crowley. A majority white district when he first ran, the Bronx-Queens district he now represents is only one-sixth white.
The left, to the point of irrationality, despises a triumphant Trumpian right and believes that to equate it with fascists is not only legitimate but a sign that the accusers are the real moral
“If you’re really, really pathetically weak, the country is going to be overrun with millions of people,” said Trump Wednesday. Is he wrong?
On the mega-issue — the Third World invasion of the West — he is riding the great wave of the future, if the West is to have a future.