I recently made it known that I agree with John McCain, Mitt Romney, and, belatedly, President Obama, on the matter of Russia.
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Throughout modern history, political leaders in democratic societies rarely rise based on their own belief or ideology.
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President Barack Obama left U.S.-Israeli relations at their lowest point, leaving office with a United Nations resolution condemning the Jewish state’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
So, the intelligence report released Friday says, “Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election” in part to “denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her […]
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Now that many of us have had a chance to enjoy either the holidays or just a good year-end rest, it’s time to address the changes ahead for America as we begin […]
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President-elect Donald Trump took a call from Taiwan’s president a few days ago. From the reaction of many professional pundits and print-media prognosticators, you would’ve thought that he had just started World […]
With so much negativity expressed this presidential election, it’s refreshing when voters express positive reasons and a sense of joy for supporting a candidate.