Such a country has never existed before. Are we on the Yellow Brick Road to the new Utopia — or on the path to national suicide?
Thus the most serious nuclear crisis since Nikita Khrushchev put missiles in Cuba appears to have abated. Welcome news, even if the confrontation with Pyongyang has probably only been postponed.
Now that a worldwide conversion to democracy is no longer America’s mission in the world, what exactly is our mission?
The Iranian protests suggest that the Islamic Revolution, after 40 years, is failing the rising generation. It is hard to see how this is not ominous news for the Iranian regime.
Why was there less concern about the Clinton campaign’s ties to Russian agents, than to Trumpian “collusion” that is yet unproven?
Is history repeating itself — with the designated target of an elite FBI cabal being the President of the United States?
President Trump, every Republican senator, and the GOP majority in Speaker Paul Ryan’s House just put the future of their party on the line.
What was Haley’s motive in indicting Iran? Was this part of a new propaganda campaign to drum up support for America’s next big Mideast war?
If Trump goes, one imagines, he will not go quietly. In the words of the great Jerry Lee Lewis, there’s gonna be a “whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on.”
What America needs is a new national consensus on what is vital to us and what is not, what we are willing to fight to defend and what we are not.
Even interventionists are regretting some of the wars into which they helped plunge the United States in this century.
In the morning darkness of Wednesday, Kim Jong Un launched an ICBM that rose almost 2,800 miles into the sky before falling into the Sea of Japan.
This coming year may be a do-or-die year to recapture the Third Branch of Government for conservatism. Which is why that Dec. 12 election in Alabama counts.
Are we Americans, this Thanksgiving, prepared to collude in a human rights catastrophe that will engender a hatred of us among generations of Yemeni?
How stands John Winthrop’s “city upon a hill” this Thanksgiving? How stands the country that was to be “a light unto the nations”?
Does China really stand to truly threaten the USA in the same way the USSR did, to where we should consider war to prevent its expansion?
The U.S. pre-eminence in the days of Desert Storm is history.
The spirit that produced the war in the 1860s, and lasting division in the 1960s, is abroad again. A great secession of the heart is underway.
The real indictment here is of the American political system, and the true tragedy is the decline of the Old Republic.
Trumpism is not a detour, after which we can all get back on the interstate to the New World Order.
The Post says: Confront Assad and Iran now or fight them later. Trump is being led to the Rubicon. If he crosses, he joins Bush II in the history books.
What we see in Europe today is people who, belatedly recognizing this, have begun to “rage, rage, against dying of the light.”
With his declaration Friday that the Iran nuclear deal is not in the national interest, President Donald Trump may have put us on the road to war with Iran.
To never-Trumpers this is pure blasphemy. Yet the similarities are there.
To attend the Colts game where Peyton Manning’s number was to be retired, Vice President Mike Pence, a former governor of Indiana, flew back from Las Vegas.