The September 12–24 migrant camp crisis in Del Rio displayed two lessons very much worth unpacking from the White House response.
Iran’s leaders recognize the pain that results from sanctions do not pose an existential threat to a regime willing to rule through hard power.
A private will suffer greater consequences for losing a rifle than a general will for losing a war.
A year ago, Serbia and Kosovo signed a normalization agreement in the Oval Office. Now, those terms are expiring and Biden could care less.
There’s no nice way to say this, but somebody has to: There have been a lot of bad reactions on the right to the Afghanistan calamity.
If anything good can come of the tragedy in Kabul, it should be a national reckoning on whether we have any national unity left.
The deadly attacks in Afghanistan should be the final straw for Biden, whose incompetence has now cost the lives of at least a dozen American soldiers.
Biden has yet to show his face or to take questions from journalists, and his press team’s only statement is a female empowerment pump about a constitutional amendment passed more than a hundred years ago.
President Biden turned his back when pressed on whether the White House can pledge all Americans will be evacuated from Afghanistan before Aug. 31.
The whole-of-government approach to failure in a 20-year, $2 trillion fraud and money-laundering scheme has resulted in an epiphany for Americans: their country is ruled by crooks, liars, and thieves.
America needs experts who can reverse the damage Biden is doing to our national security and will stand up to future unsound and dangerous decisions.
Weakness invites aggression, so we should prepare for a tumultuous fall on the world stage. Here’s what to watch for.
We need to understand the most influential event of this century and the potential fallout. The republic cannot afford another such catastrophe and hope to survive.
Biden promised to evacuate Americans and Afghan allies who are stranded in Afghanistan and subject to the Taliban’s rule.
The architects of the nation-building policies from Afghanistan to Iraq are failures and should be treated with the same disdain reserved for flat earthers or bloodletters.
What should American veterans, servicemembers, and their families, friends, and countrymen who poured their blood, sweat, tears, and treasure into Afghanistan take away from all this?
On the Federalist Radio Hour, Stephen Miller called Biden’s botched withdrawal the “greatest unforced error in military-strategic history.”
The Biden Admin is charging Americans $2,000 or more for a ticket out of Afghanistan after the botched troop withdrawal forced U.S. citizens to flee the country.
Biden botched the Afghanistan troop withdrawal so badly that even former Obama-era administrators are questioning his leadership.
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