China is mounting a direct attack on the “freedom of the seas” concept, which has been the cornerstone of our maritime strategy for more than 238 years.
Much has been written about the July death of Eric Garner, the 43-year-old black man who died after a New York City police officer put him in a chokehold during an arrest.
“Good evening, my fellow Americans. My name is Barack Obama. I’m not really a wartime president but I play one on TV.”
America’s largest environmental groups earn millions from crude oil. The Nature Conservancy, for example, owns an oil well in Texas and has $23 million invested in energy stocks.
Scotland the brave, the ancestral home of millions of the sturdiest and most independent of Americans, will vote Thursday whether to secede to become once more an independent nation. The United Kingdom would be united no more.
The First Amendment is so clear, so simple, and so direct that only a politician could misunderstand it.
Republicans are going to dominate the midterm elections, but it would be a foolish gamble to count on them to win the 2016 presidential contest.
You remember how much liberals hated George W. Bush for launching his unilateral war on Iraq, don’t you?
We are living in Aldous Huxley’s brave new world–and it’s not a good thing.
President Obama’s vow to destroy ISIS and bombing campaign sets the course for another American misadventure. His strategy fails to recognize that global terrorism is inspired and well financed by systemic flaws in the international economy.
After watching President Obama’s intense ISIS speech Wednesday night, and reading the text several times, I think the president basically — finally — got it right.
The Veterans Administration has broken too many promises to our vets; suicide and unemployment are the result.
Douglas MacArthur got it right, two or so generations ago. “In war,” he said after he was sacked by President Truman for wanting to spend the blood and muscle of young Americans for something greater than stalemate in Korea, “there is no substitute for victory.”
On Sept. 18, the people of Scotland will go to the polls to vote on whether or not to leave the United Kingdom and end more than 300 years of union with England.
“What did he know, and when did he know it?” This famous question from the Watergate hearings apparently isn’t just for asking politicians any more.