Former President Donald Trump rebuked Joe Biden Monday after the current president tried to shift blame for the crisis his administration caused in Afghanistan.
The fundamental refrain was one of incompetence and destabilizing political correctness. The U.S. Navy is in dire need of toughening up.
Matt Damon’s comments were a refreshing departure from the harassment, belittling, and stereotyping that elites usually inflict on Trump-supporting, blue-collar men.
Once again, the United States is pursuing a strategy of negotiation by capitulation, a naive move that will allow oil-driven riches to flow to a terror-centric nation that deserves none.
Without consulting Congress, the administration lifted sanctions on multiple former Iranian officials and businesses, thereby relaxing U.S. pressure on the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.
If corporate America really possessed a genuine committment to LGBT acceptance, they’d be engaging in activism where homosexuality is a death sentence.
“Iran sent an armed drone to Israel from Iraq or from Syria. Iranian forces launched a drone … which our forces intercepted on the border between Israel and Jordan,” Netanyahu said.
Ever since the new administration has taken office, the Iranian regime has resorted to what it does best: terrorism and extortion.
Iran’s foreign minister might be lying, but Kerry’s record of appeasement, closeness to Zarif, and disdain for Israel give reason to think otherwise.
‘The State Department must investigate the massively alarming allegations that John Kerry, in his capacity as secretary of state, leaked information to Iran on covert Israeli military operations.’
How, you might ask, could Politico’s Playbook possibly report on a country they don’t even begin to understand, never mind defend its morality? It’s delusion, of course.
The Iranian regime only responds to strength. Instead of capitulation, the Biden team must show Khamenei what four more years of pressure would look like.
While Islam has receded from the public mind, Islamic ambitions remain intact. President Biden is poised to facilitate those objectives by reviving the Iran nuclear deal.
Biden’s Pentagon press secretary John Kirby refused to link Iran to Shia militias operating in Iraq that launch frequent attacks on U.S. troops and other allies in the region.
On a number of national security issues, the Biden administration is showing troubling signs of a backslide with regard to the historic progress Trump made.
Just weeks after President Biden promised that “diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy,” he ordered a U.S.-led airstrike in Syria targeting a building used by Iranian-backed militant groups on Thursday.
Impeachment proved the left wishes to force their agenda no matter what, even if it means falsifying a few videos or a few tweets in the U.S. Senate.
Biden’s initial posturing regarding Israel is foolish, given that Donald Trump’s pro-Israel approach made significant progress towards peace.
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