The Atlantic described John Kerry’s vision for America as ‘globalist, engaged and deeply interventionist.’ We should also add ‘ruinous and immune to experience.’
On today’s Federalist Radio: The latest freedom of religion cases around the country, John Kerry apologizing for nuclear weapons, and Obama’s biggest mistakes in foreign policy.
The Obama administration’s motto might as well be ‘Strength Through Moral Equivalence.’
The AIPAC controversy speaks volumes about, not Donald Trump, but the Jewish community and the differences between the political left and right in this country.
Many of Obama’s ideas about “tolerance” are antithetical to the American experience, not something to celebrate.
One wonders why this president would unilaterally pursue a Paris agreement that does nothing more than hurt the country he took an oath to protect.
Beginning just days after 9/11, media regularly worried about Bush chilling speech. Why are they so eerily quiet about Obama’s attacks on free expression?
We’ve had presidents who were inadequate, but never one who just didn’t care. Until Barack Obama.
Only a policy of appeasement explains how an Israeli spy mattered to the Iran deal when an American prisoner did not.
The Paris attacks have made it painfully clear that this is a war of ideology, not of geography. To win, we must double down and fight back with our beliefs.
In remarks to staff at the U.S. embassy in Paris on Tuesday, John Kerry rationalized the brutal attacks against Charlie Hebdo, saying that at least the terrorists had a reason for attacking the magazine.
If we want to destroy ISIS, it won’t be enough to bomb their territories in Iraq and Syria. It won’t even be enough to put ‘boots on the ground.’
President Obama’s advisors are fleeing the administration as U.S. policies allow the world to descend into dangerous chaos. But Hillary Clinton’s still on board.
Congress doesn’t have to sit on its hands as President Obama reinforces Cuba’s oppressive regime.
The Obama administration’s new policy in the Middle East is to outsource it to Vladimir Putin.
Blame-America-first is not just John Kerry’s argument in support of the Iran deal. It is the point of the whole deal.
If Iran doesn’t have any belligerent intentions, as John Kerry claims, why are we trying to stop them from obtaining nuclear weapons?
The president doesn’t actually want an alternative to war with Iran. He wants a ‘legacy.’
Right now, it seems that the American public is realistic about Iran’s intentions. Or, at least, more realistic than our Secretary of State pretends to be.
Obama was willing to pay almost any price to get any agreement with Iran, and he gave them exactly what they wanted.
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