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In the Short Run, Biden Might Well Keep his Promise that Iran Won’t Get...

We would be fools to take seriously assurances from Joe Biden.

Overregulation: The Problem We Can’t Outproduce

Prosperity has met its match. Regulation will kill prosperity by stealth unless we the people wake up to what’s going on. We are wildly, insanely overregulated today, and if we don’t attack the idea of the regulatory state on those terms – on the premise that regulation itself is mostly a bad thing, and we need far less of it than we have – then we will never recover.

Non-credible: Report of Israeli F-35s Operating Over Iran

The source of the report claiming that Israeli F-35 strike-fighters flew into Iranian airspace during the past month was a sensationalist Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida. So the claim seems most suspect.

Team Obama: ‘Too Politically Sensitive’ to Evacuate US Personnel in Iraq

There is now NO possible explanation for not evacuating at least non-essential personnel from the U.S. embassy and consulates in Iraq.

Reagan’s Missile Defense Vision Derailed

At least Russia and China are probably as mystified as we are about where Obama is going with his missile defense policy.

Threats and Vandalism Targeting Jews: Time for Leadership, Pres. Trump

That law enforcement hasn’t identified the perpetrators is a big “tell” here. It tells me this is a suspicious development, not legitimate evidence of a spontaneous wave of anti-Jewish crimes.

Syria: US drones, Iranian warships

The only way to secure a positive outcome in Syria is to use US power, under US strategic direction, to do it. This has never necessarily meant military intervention, but it does necessarily mean acting with purpose and determination, rather than throwing random reconnaissance assets into the fray while handing the political problem over lock, stock, and barrel to the Arab League and the UN.

Steven Sotloff was an Israeli Citizen — and a Symbol of Civilization

In his travels as a journalist in the Islamic world, Sotloff never referred to his Jewishness.

Guerrilla-Terrorists ISIS Seize Mosul, Iraq: Territorial Strategy

ISIS is executing, slowly but surely, a pincer move on Baghdad.

Now the Mail Ate Hillary’s Laptop?

Does anyone out there know anyone who would stick a laptop in the mail, in a cavalier manner that would leave it susceptible to being “lost”? Is it conceivable this person might become PRESIDENT?

Yet Another Reminder: Iran Still Closing in on Bomb

Iran could produce enough high-enriched uranium (HEU) for a first nuclear warhead in as little as two weeks.

Pulling Out of Benghazi: These Colors Run Scared

Instead of sticking with our commitment to a new Libya, one in which Americans have friendship and influence – one in which we can walk free, and so can Libyans – we have closed our post in Benghazi and drawn down our embassy staff in Tripoli to “essential” personnel only. It will be of some interest to see how long it takes al Qaeda or other terrorist savages to attack us in Tripoli.

Did Iran’s Warships Actually Visit Syria This Week?

Did Iran's warships actually visit Syria this past week as was widely reported, or did was that Iranian disinformation?

J.E.Dyer: The Last Thing You Will Need to Read About Obama and the SEAL...

President Barack Obama's recent self-congratulatory comments on the killing of Osama bin Laden must be viewed against the backdrop of past presidents, and how they related to the role of the military.

Bayonets, Horses and Ships, Oh My

Romney sees the Navy as a core element of our enduring strategic posture. For national defense and for the protection of trade, the United States has from the beginning sought to operate in freedom on the seas, and, where necessary, to exercise control of them. We are a maritime nation, with extremely long, shipping-friendly coastlines in the temperate zone and an unprecedented control of the world’s most traveled oceans, the Atlantic and Pacific.

All We Know for Sure is that Boston Will Rise

It is not obvious that any group or type of person in particular mounted this one, nor can any be ruled out.

While Media Repeated ‘********’, Trump Altered Policy on Iran, Hezbollah

As long as the mainstream media have rumors of geniuses and *********to combat, they may not be able to mount a concerted, thematic counter-effort against Trump’s actual policy moves.

Why Ted Cruz Speaks for Me

He gets that we can’t just sit still, paralyzed by bad press and Democratic talking points.

Er, No, Obama Didn’t Win the Debate

We’ve reached a watershed here, where we either live in our own heads affirming reality, regardless of spurious inputs from demagoguery or sentiment, or we give up on reality and let demagoguery and sentiment take over at the decision table. Did the president pull off a performance last night, in terms of sounding passionate and full of conviction? To some extent, yes. Does that mean he won the debate, or even achieved a draw with Romney? No.

Deciphering the Chinese and American Korea Strategy

Slinging force around, with press notices, is not what a strong president does.

Congress’s Push Against anti-Semitism a Reminder of Strings that Come with Taxpayer $

Free speech doesn't mean the taxpayer-funded government never has an opinion on what it will/won’t subsidize. If that were the case, society would never have an option to refuse to pay for anything

An Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program in What was Formerly ‘Syria’

Remnants of Assad’s nuclear program are alive and well, under the control of Hezbollah and Iran

Nuke talks: Iran Keeps Holding Out for a More Complete Surrender From the West

Dear Pres. Obama, A “deal” in which one side makes all the concessions is, of course, a “surrender.”

State of Unreadiness

Ghe Iran nuclear problem is not one that can be dealt with via a small, pinpoint strike, in a matter of only minutes on target.

‘Chickens***-gate’: Obama Administration Proves it’s Got Nothing

The White House wanted to defame Netanyahu, undermine his reputation, impugn him & his policies

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