As we head into 2019, America’s decades-long fight against the global jihad continues.
James Mattis, who will be more favorably remembered as a Marine officer than as secretary of defense, resigned after disagreements with the president.
European governments are examining the business practices of Facebook, and the company is under fire in the U.S. for suppressing speech.
The tragic death of a Washington Post columnist should not destroy our relationship with Saudi Arabia.
President Trump is speaking forcefully about fixing a growing problem affecting our national discourse. He says we may need to regulate the giant tech companies that control vast swaths of our information landscape, due to their bias.
President Trump was right to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan on Wednesday.
President Trump’s decision to slap what he called “the most biting sanctions ever” on Iran on Tuesday was a positive and necessary step to put pressure on the Islamic Republic’s corrupt regime that deprives its citizens of basic human rights, supports terrorism, fights in support of brutal Syrian dictator Bashar Assad, and calls for death to the U.S. and Israel.
If medals were awarded for disgraceful, disrespectful and downright dumb statements by members of Congress, Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., would surely be awarded one for his ridiculous comment Thursday to disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok.
The decision by the Army to discharge an officer who posed for a photo with the words “Communism will win” written inside his cap at his graduation from West Point, and the court-martial conviction of a Marine who joined a neo-Nazi group, illustrate an important principle.
Play nice and we can be friends in a mutually beneficial way. Act against U.S. national interests and you will see the other side of the coin.