With all that’s happening in the world today, more people are waking up to the unfortunate reality that barbarism still exists. There are those who will do harm to the innocent for the sake of their unrighteous desires. This is why we have a military.
This sentiment has been proven time and time again throughout history. The only way to truly secure peace is through strength. It’s not even up for debate. Unfortunately, the current President of the United States has never believed in this concept which is why the
One of the most prominent aspects of the wisdom of William F. Buckley Jr. is that he was bold with his message while being very precise with his words. That’s not to say that he was careful. Being precise is a trait in quotations that
The concept that we do not negotiate for hostages was dispelled by the horrendous trade for Bowe Bergdahl. Now, the Obama administration has made another stupid deal in Iran without utilizing the leverage of sanctions to secure the release of prisoners who should not be held.
We’ve seen 1st term Senators Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Rand Paul express frustration with how Congress operates. Some are saying it’s a wake up call for them to get more experience before trying to make big changes.
Former Republican Congressman J.C. Watts knew a lot about equality. A Democrat in the 80s, he shifted allegiance after seeing what equal rights really needs to look like in America. Watts may be loosely in politics now with his company, but his words still resonate.
There is one true democracy in the Middle East. There is one true ally to the United States in the Middle East. There is one Jewish state. Israel is not just our best strategic relationship in the region. They’re also the country with which we
Conservatism has been an important part of the United States as a growth component for decades. The ebb and flow of conservatives and progressives has been a good thing despite what people on either side would say. Going from Ronald Reagan’s economic philosophies created the
There’s something that can be said about strength. Nobody likes to be on the bad side of someone who has strength and is willing to use it. When it comes to the negotiations table, the strong almost always have the upper hand.
There’s a strange sincerity in the way that Thomas Sowell speaks in ways that make him seem extremely intelligent while downplaying the concept of intellectual superiority in the process. He truly is one of the great thinkers of our time in any circles, not just