Now President Trump, in what was his most lauded speech since he announced his run for president, has committed an unspecified number of new soldiers to the fight and the United States to a new strategy in Afghanistan. Inevitably, his critics on the left and even some on the right questioned the wisdom of this, given that the sixteen-year Afghan campaign makes it America’s longest war and one that we’ve lost because roughly 50% of the country is now in the hands of our enemies.
Today our enemies are many and diverse, composed of Asian dictators and stateless Muslim terrorists. And they are unified in their long-sought goal of conquering the West. Has this suddenly changed?
Bolton proposes, in what could be read as a letter to the Trump Administration, a way-forward after the defeat of ISIS. While his recommendations are fraught with peril, they are, in my opinion, irrefutably correct.
The historian Tacitus recorded an event where a first century Roman general, stationed in Gaul on the west side of the Rhine, witnessed a massive battle between two waring German tribes which left thousands of dead across the river.
The historian and theologian, Father Richard Neuhaus, opined that the difficulty for today’s Muslims is that Mohammad is the only founder of a major modern religion whose life falls within an era of pedigreed historical inquiry. Islam’s spectacular spread was brought about by brutal military conquest, rapine, spoliation, and slavery. Its culture was derived from [...]
The above title and the following excerpt describes one of my proscriptions for winning World War III with the IslamoNazi’s. They will appear in my forthcoming book. There is an overarching reason why the FBI and U.S. law enforcement agencies missed the chance to stop the Boston Marathon bombers, the Fort Hood shooter, the San [...]
The U.S. now needs a free and stable ally in Kurdistan which can supply basing rights, intelligence, logistical support, and trained military personnel to successfully prosecute this new phase in the West’s war with militant Islam. Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel andMartin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, recently held a Pentagon briefing [...]
With four Americans including a US ambassador killed by a motley band of terrorists, our consulate burned down, a highly decorated general and CIA Director dissembling before Congress, a Secretary of Defense, a UN Ambassador and a President publicly contradicting themselves, we are witnessing malfeasance on a spectacular scale. Ask yourself this: If we can’t [...]
Now that the Democrat Party platform under Barack Obama has dropped its support for Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, I’d like to draw your attention to an article I wrote last year about the Arab Spring the fall the Egypt and the horrific gang rape of journalist, Lara Logan. Shortly after the fall of Mubarak, on February [...]
I would like to direct you to Commentary Magazine, Mitchell Silber’s piece, Who Will Defend the Defenders (see cover story, June 2012). His subtitle reads: The New York Police Department has kept the world’s prime terror target safe for a decade. Why are the media so eager to celebrate an unjust attack on the NYPD? [...]