In a Second Cuban Missile Crisis, Catastrophe Was Averted… For Now

While most of the US press was totally fixated on attaching the labels of racist, bigot, and white supremacist to the President, it totally missed one of the biggest stories in a generation—a nuclear war with North Korea was averted.   

By | 2017-08-21T07:39:33+00:00 August 17th, 2017|News From the Front, North Korea, Published Articles, Townhall Magazine, United States of America|Comments Off on In a Second Cuban Missile Crisis, Catastrophe Was Averted… For Now

Can the New York Times Be Trusted With National Security?

Throughout the 1930’s Walter Duranty was The New York Times most celebrated reporter. He was its Moscow correspondent, for whom it submitted a request and received a Pulitzer Prize. Among the many of Duranty’s malevolent falsehoods published in The Times were his denials that Stalin’s forced collectivization of farms caused millions of Russians to starve.

By | 2017-08-01T06:49:27+00:00 July 31st, 2017|News From the Front, United States of America|Comments Off on Can the New York Times Be Trusted With National Security?

Trump & My Main Character – Western Civilization

It seems that only a President Trump could proclaim, “Let us all fight like the Poles, for freedom, for our country, and for God,” and still provoke an avalanche of attacks from the left and its legions of media allies.  His speech was his finest so far because it drew the left and the right out, compelled us to respond, and was a defining moment, especially for them.

By | 2017-07-21T06:59:27+00:00 July 19th, 2017|Civilization History, News From the Front, United States of America|Comments Off on Trump & My Main Character – Western Civilization

Is John Bolton the Difference Trump Needs?

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.

Can Voter Fraud Lead to the Fall of the United States?

If we allow our election process to be subverted to the point where we see our elections as a sham, can we really expect to retain our constitutional republic?

By | 2017-06-23T11:52:35+00:00 June 22nd, 2017|Civilization History, News From the Front, Presidential Election, United States of America|Comments Off on Can Voter Fraud Lead to the Fall of the United States?

Let the Jihadis’ Civil War Rage

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.

Cleaning Up Obama’s Wartime Messes – 5 Moves Trump Can Make to Succeed

In early April of this year, at a joint news conference with King Abdullah of Jordan, Trump said Syria is now his responsibility, added that Syria had crossed "more than a red line," and that he inherited a worldwide mess and intended to fix it. Predictably, this caused the “destroy-Trump” media, from CNN to the [...]

By | 2017-08-30T06:46:01+00:00 June 6th, 2017|News From the Front, Published Articles, Townhall Magazine, United States of America, War on Terror|Comments Off on Cleaning Up Obama’s Wartime Messes – 5 Moves Trump Can Make to Succeed

When a Great Nation Begins to Die

The rule of law which guarantees our core freedoms is under siege…by the un-American statists and their agents, men like Comey.

By | 2017-06-19T11:11:27+00:00 May 19th, 2017|blogroll, Civilization History, News From the Front, United States of America|Comments Off on When a Great Nation Begins to Die

The Economics of War

As the world watches with increasing apprehension the stand-off between North Korea and the US, wondering if it might be the new Cuban Missile Crisis, it is important to note that at the heart of most wars are economic forces. Recently Trump met President Xi of China and reportedly told him that he would be [...]

By | 2017-05-04T06:25:08+00:00 May 4th, 2017|blogroll, News From the Front, United States of America, US Financial Policies|Comments Off on The Economics of War