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The Limits of American Patience

The Limits of American Patience

  By Victor Davis Hanson | American Greatness Not being willing any longer to be manipulated is not succumbing to isolationism. Wondering whether the United States can afford another liability is not mindless nationalism. Questioning whether America can afford the status quo here and abroad is not heresy. Assuming we can borrow our way out of […]

The Mental Fog of Our Foreign Policy Leaders

The Mental Fog of Our Foreign Policy Leaders

. By Sigrid Weidenweber For more years than I care to admit, I have watched our government elites rob us blind in the making of foreign policy.  Americans support an amazing amount of military, educational, health and food programs all over the world that are paid for by American tax payers. We provide enormous sums […]

EPA Should Ignore Anti-Coal Activists At Listening Sessions

EPA Should Ignore Anti-Coal Activists At Listening Sessions

  By Dr. Howard Hayden and Tom Harris On Thursday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it is holding three public listening sessions on the proposed repeal of the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan (CPP). The sessions will be held on February 21 in Kansas City, February 28 in San Francisco, and March 27 in Gillette, Wyoming. If the listening […]

Trump Calls Out Russia, China in National Security Address

Trump Calls Out Russia, China in National Security Address

President Donald Trump presented his National Security Strategy as what he called a reassertion of fundamental truths and “principled realism.” “Any nation that trades away its prosperity for Security will end up losing both,” @POTUS says.

LaVar Ball removes son LiAngelo from UCLA

LaVar Ball removes son LiAngelo from UCLA

LiAngelo Ball’s collegiate career at UCLA has ended without ever stepping foot on the court for a regular-season game. His father, LaVar, told ESPN that he will remove LiAngelo from the Bruins’ basketball team and the university as a whole on the heels of his son receiving an indefinite suspension for shoplifting in China last […]

Trump: I should have left UCLA players in jail

Donald Trump on Sunday said he was sorry for helping secure the release of three college basketball players caught shoplifting in China, after one of their fathers downplayed the president’s role. The UCLA trio of LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were briefly detained for stealing from a Louis Vuitton store in the city […]

Sexual Harassment and Fat boy Kin Jong-un; The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Nov. 11-Nov. 17/Day 303-309) Week 43

Sexual Harassment and Fat boy Kin Jong-un; The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Nov. 11-Nov. 17/Day 303-309) Week 43

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, November 11 (Day 303): President Trump tweets remarks about North Korea leader President Donald Trump tweeted North Korea leader Kin Jong-un:  “I would never call him ‘short and fat.’”  Trump was responding to the North Korean regime’s first statement on his visit to Asia. The North Korean foreign ministry said […]

The World Loves Trump

The World Loves Trump

  Don Surber | Republished with permission from the author Saturday, November 11, 2017: When President Trump made his first sojourn outside America, the Saudis embraced him. They loved his wife and his Jewish daughter. The same thing is happening this week in China. From the New York Times: BEIJING — They call him “Donald the Strong.” They […]

Trump Arrives in China for Thorny Talks on Trade, North Korea

Donald Trump arrived in Beijing Wednesday, his first visit as U.S. President to a nation that has been a focus, often a negative one, in his drive to secure jobs at home. Trade is to top the agenda, but so is North Korea.

What If South Korea Acted Like North Korea?

What If South Korea Acted Like North Korea?

. By Victor Davis Hanson If it threatened to destroy its neighbor — China — the neighbor would act. Think of the Korean Peninsula turned upside down. Imagine if there were a South Korean dictatorship that had been in power, as a client of the United States since 1953. Imagine also that contemporary South Korea […]