Foreign Policy

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Conflict With North Korea Is An Economic Problem

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is saber-rattling in much the same way his predecessor father did each time he wanted further concessions from the West.  The young, brash leader is threatening to begin developing the country’s nuclear capacity again and to use it against the United States.  There are a number of reasons to be concerned about this … Continue reading

Father of Retired Navy SEAL Speaks Out on Libya

The father of retired Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, who was killed in the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya, is speaking out about the attack.  His insights offer some chilling insights into both the facts surrounding what happened and the character of our current president.  Woods recently released the below statement: Woods wrote: I want … Continue reading

An Editorial Worth Reading On Libya

Reproduced below in full is an editorial that was published by Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky in today’s Washington Times.  It is worth reading. Monday’s foreign policy debate between President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney was designed to help voters better understand each man’s vision for America’s role abroad. While I have publicly taken issue … Continue reading

The Day After The Last Debate – A Date To Remember

In the final presidential debate of the 2012 cycle last night, the agreed upon focus was foreign policy.  The candidates discussed their views on various topics from the geopolitics of the Middle East and Asia, to the military and the projection of American power, to terrorism.  Today, one day after the debate, is an opportune time … Continue reading

Ignore the Middle East At Our Peril, Mr. President

It’s crazy season in the United States.  With the Republican National Convention and Labor Day just around the corner, things are headed for the stretch run to November.  Americans are justifiably focused on the economy and getting America back on track.  But others in the world, including those who don’t like us very much, are also very … Continue reading

Armstrong Walks On The Moon

44th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong's Moon WalkJuly 20th, 2013
Another Occasion On Which America Lead The Way

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