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Obama’s Unilateral Surrender Foreign Policy

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It’s not always necessary for a nation to wave the white flag for its enemies to know it has surrendered. Sometimes a leak from an administration official will do just fine without requiring all the logistics of a formal surrender ceremony. The Washington Post lays the latest Obama capitulation out in detail: “Months after the discovery of a massive breach ...

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The Nuclear Deal With Iran: A Preliminary Assessment

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This morning, diplomats representing the US, the UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany concluded an agreement with Iran concerning that country’s illegal nuclear program. Those diplomats and their governments hail the deal as a historic achievement. Barack Obama will no doubt claim that this agreement will “permanently block” a pathway to nuclear weaponry for Iran. Such optimistic assessments are not ...

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Rebuttal of Greg Thielmann’s lies about Russia’s nuclear arsenal

In recent years, Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken many steps to build up Russia’s nuclear arsenal, which had previously declined sharply after the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991. This buildup has seen Russia increase its number of nuclear warheads – deployed and nondeployed alike – and their delivery systems – missiles, submarines, and bombers. Concurrently, Russian officials’ nuclear-related rhetoric ...

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Rebuttal of the Pentagon’s pro-F-35 spin

A few days ago, it was revealed that the F-35 “Joint Strike Fighter” lost all of its close-range combat tests against the legacy F-16 fighter (which the former is intended to replace) when such mock engagements occurred in January of this year. No sooner did such reports emerge than the Pentagon engaged in a heavy spin campaign to protect the ...

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Liberals Never Stop Seeking To Disarm America Unilaterally

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Liberals never give up in their campaign to disarm America unilaterally. As the service lives of the components of America’s nuclear triad – the missiles, the aircraft, the submarines, and the warheads – come to an end, the Pentagon will have to replace them with new ones in the years ahead. Liberals believe this is a great opportunity for them ...

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The US Needs To Immediately Trash the INF and New START Treaties

Last year, Obama administration recently – and very belatedly – announced it had found Russia in violation of the INF treaty, which prohibits Moscow and Washington from developing, testing, deploying, or otherwise possessing ground-launched missiles with a range between 500 and 5,500 kilometers. Last week, the Republican-controlled House Armed Services Committee passed its version of the annual National Defense Authorization ...

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China Catching Up With, And Overtaking, the US Militarily

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A graph published by Rep. Randy Forbes (R-VA-04), demonstrating how the Chinese military (PLA) is overtaking the US armed forces in terms of capabilities. Back in 2012, I predicted that: “The PRC will replace the US as the world’s top military and economic power no later than in the next decade, and probably much sooner than that, so relations with ...

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Rebuttal of Doug Bandow’s Blatant Lies About Ronald Reagan

Two days ago, the leftist The National Interest magazine published a ridiculous screed by leftist libertarian Doug Bandow, titled “Betrayed: Why Reagan Would Be Ashamed of the Neocons.” Therein, Bandow completely falsifies the history of the Reagan years, falsely claiming that the Gipper was a peacenik who opposed peace through strength and standing up against aggressors, imperialists, and other potential ...

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Duty to Country Is Deadly Business

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I awoke to the news that 7 Marines and 4 Army soldiers went missing, all presumed dead, after a special operations training mission helicopter crashed not far from where I live; not far from the pristine beach where I took the picture that sits atop my Facebook page. It is a sober reminder that those who volunteer to place themselves ...

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The Real JV Team Emerges!

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Talk about a “haunting comment.” This will go down as one of President Obama’s all time. Can you imagine how thick the book of “Obama’s Greatest Faux Paus” will be? Or how many volumes it will be?  Do I need to list them all or do we have them memorized as some of us do the “Pledge of Allegiance”? (Notice ...

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Senate Democrats Increase Threat to the Nation

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News reporting and the compilation of historical narratives are different than opinion pieces – or at least they should be. They should include all relevant facts and data, and include as many valid and qualified primary sources as possible. Regrettably, that is becoming increasingly rare. In the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, media promulgated a story of a ...

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Increasing Number of Youth Ineligible for Military

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At a time when dependence upon our military for safeguarding the nation and our freedoms is increasing, it’s disconcerting to learn that an increasing number of young people are ineligible for our armed services. The reasons are manifold, and often overlapping, but most of them boil down to behavioral obstacles. Many more who wish to join the armed services would ...

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Gun Camera Footage from Syria Airstrikes

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The Pentagon released gun camera footage from successful attacks on ISIS and Khorasan targets inside of Syria. The first is a training barracks/residential area where fighters-in-training would be housed:   Here’s the complete video of the released airstrikes. Wade through the President’s political spin and catch several successful strikes by our brave military members.

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Airstrikes Begin in Syria

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The first wave of United States attacks against ISIS and The Khorasan Group in Syria began early Tuesday morning. The airstrikes hit 14 ISIS and Khorasan targets in Syria including command and control centers, supply caches and training facilities. Aircraft from five Arab nations reportedly assisted with the strikes, but no European allies were involved. The air assault began with cruise missiles, ...

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