Erielle is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA).
Given the partisan nature of the selected debate moderators, it’s difficult not to view the latest attempts to silence foreign policy discussion through the prism of anti-Trumpism.
Democrats’ latest ploy to halt Barrett’s confirmation includes alleging that the hearings cannot move forward because two senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee have contracted the coronavirus.
The notion that Barrett must recuse herself or ‘categorically sit on the sidelines until the President who nominated [her] has left office’ is entirely antithetical to precedent.
Sen. Bernie Sanders surrounds himself with the very same anitsemetic forces that allowed the UK Labour Party to rot from within.
The anger towards billionaires is growing stale, and the economic frustration that buoyed Bernie Sanders in 2016 seems to be running thin.
To suggest to your voters that their prosperity isn’t so great is a strange argument to make, and may not hold its weight in the general election.
At the center of the Iowa caucus chaos lies the little-known, ‘shoestring’ app developer, Shadow Inc., now made infamous for its role in producing the app that would eventually torpedo Monday’s results.
He attempts to portray himself as a moral bulwark, but as his shifts indicate, many of his political leanings seem to be more a product of self-interest than of genuine moral clarity.
Highlighting the shared benefits of economic growth is critical to staving off cries for massive redistributive policies.
The Iowa Democrat Party engaged in terrible planning prior to Monday’s caucus, and set themselves up for disaster.
The Democrat Party’s donor class has openly courted and even supported socializing medicine, college, child care, and more. Now that Sen. Bernie Sanders might win Iowa, they’re worried he’s too radical, too soon.
Roberts’ unwillingness to interfere in the proceedings of the trial will undoubtedly infuriate the left, but despite the hysteria, he’s absolutely correct.
Democrats have become the party of intimidation, scaring other branches into performing their will or threatening to burn down the entire institution.
The Trump administration is considering a travel ban, which would heartily discourage unnecessary travel that isn’t directly related to helping those in need.
The foreign policy media crowd minimizes the fact that Trump’s plan for peace in the Mideast is supported by many Arab countries.
Unsurprisingly, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has already said ‘a thousand nos’ to Trump’s plan, and Palestinian-Arabs have begun the usual playbook of rioting in the streets.
In the Federalist Society, we debate ideas with the nuance we wish existed in other corners of the legal realm. It’s distressing to see some so eager to destroy that under the alleged auspices of impartiality.
This past weekend, Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib retweeted a story that falsely accused Israelis of killing a Palestinian child in Jerusalem.
At a time we hear perennially of how the American media is under attack by President Trump’s tweets, Greenwald’s case reminds us that there are journalists facing actual and serious abuse.
Blackburn took to Twitter on Thursday questioning Rep. Adam Schiff’s labeling of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman as a patriot, accusing the officer of ‘badmouth[ing] and ridicul[ing] our great nation in front of Russia, America’s greatest enemy.’
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