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AUGUST 17, 2017

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“So will George Washington now lose his status?” the President asked on Tuesday. “Are we going to take down statues to George Washington? How about Thomas Jefferson?”

Space-based defenses should be front and center in President Trump’s announced plans to increase BMD funding.

Never Trumpers (NTs) contend that even if there are policies President Trump embraces consistent with their philosophical suppositions, they will remain firm in their opposition.

Experts say the strategy has made patrolling soldiers a terrorist target.

In reality, it has been the Republican Party throughout US history that ended slavery, pushed the Civil Rights movement and legislation.

AUGUST 16, 2017

While most Americans likely fall somewhere left or right of middle on the spectrum of political identity, there are certainly those who inhabit the fringes.

Research shows that if we address the issue of violent extremism similar to the way we address disadvantaged and at-risk youth, we will be more successful in saving individuals from harmful actions (Klein, 1971).

There’ve been plenty of unforced errors in the Trump administration’s first 200+ days in office. No one can take away the fact that this was a foreign policy — and military — win for President Trump, as Kim Jong Un has blinked.

Jefferson was a passionate believer in democracy at all levels of public life, and it made perfect ideological sense to him that the students should run the university. His university.

AUGUST 15, 2017

The Identitarians are wannabe totalitarians who want to erase history, erase reality. And you.

Actress Patricia Heaton joined Cruz in his criticism, tweeting, “Iceland isn't actually eliminating Down Syndrome. They're just killing everybody that has it. Big difference.‪

The underlying message of Netanyahu’s statement was that he and his ministers folded like a cheap suit to our enemies’ demands, effectively ceding Israeli sovereignty over the Temple Mount to our enemies because Kushner and Greenblatt pressured them to do so.

Now that North Korea is recognized by the intelligence community and policymakers alike as a clear and present danger to the U.S. mainland—armed with ICBMs capable of blasting American cities with atomic warheads, possibly with much more powerful thermonuclear warheads in 6-18 months—what can we do?

"North Korea had best not make any more threats to the United States.They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.

'Son, in the US Senate, there are no rules!' So said former Senate parliamentarian Bob Dove at the completion of a two day seminar on Senate rules in 2003 when asked to sum it all up for new Senate staffers.

Is the threat that North Korea would launch a nuclear armed missile at the United States fanciful because everyone understands such an attack would engender a massive retaliation leaving North Korea in ruins?

AUGUST 14, 2017

While the most positive news in the war on Islamic terrorism has come from military successes against ISIS in Mosul and Syria, the overlooked recent failures by authorities to effectively deal with home grown Islamists is a cause for growing concern.

Delivering on His Promises, Decimating the Opposition

North Korean President Kim Jong-Un has blatantly carried out a series of missile tests that show their capability of launching a nuclear missile strike that will put the west coast of the United States within range.

The title is a quote from a Facebook post in reaction to the senseless and fatal attack that took place at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday.

Critics argue Iran has disappointed U.S. expectations that Iran would no longer support international terrorism or work to destabilize neighboring countries or threaten the U.S. While these were U.S. expectations, there is no legally binding language in the JCPOA requiring Iran to change its international behavior.

AUGUST 12, 2017

Clearly, we need effective ballistic missile defense (BMD) systems to counter this threat, and have near-term possibilities that can and should be improved while we consider even more capable future systems.


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