The mayhem continues in Afghanistan. Will Coalition forces be able to stabilize the region before scheduled withdrawal in 2014?
It appears that the new regime in Cairo is little different than the old one, with the exception that it is made up of Islamist radicals rather than secular totalitarians. Their methods are the same.
Experts fear North Korea’s launch may be a veiled test of its capability to reach the United States with a warhead.
Over the last six months, Iran has evaded U.S. sanctions by importing Turkish gold to pay for billions of dollars worth of energy sales to Turkey.
Protests in Egypt continue after draft language for a new constitution was pushed through without input from minority factions of the government. Read more . . .
While Congress continues to send a strong bipartisan message to Iran’s rogue regime, the Obama administration insists on appeasement.
What gives? Arms being shipped to Syrian opposition which includes terror faction.
Read more about disturbing revelation of infanticide inside British National Health Service . . .
The vote comes amid accusations that the Islamist-dominated panel is railroading the charter through and protests over President Mohamed Morsi’s assumption of sweeping powers, which has plunged the country into its worse crisis since Morsi took office in June.
Sadly, recognition by the United Nations for a Palestinian State controlled by Islamic Terrorists does more to discredit the United Nations than it does to legitimize the Palestinian Authority.
Magnitsky’s death has become a symbol of corruption in Russia and the abuse of those who challenge the authorities there.
The United States cannot afford to let Iran, the leading sponsor of international terrorism, develop even a single nuclear weapon.
The propensity to protect private property is innate. Hence, the flight of British wealth. Does Obama really think that won’t happen here?
As the dominos fall in Europe, one can’t help but wonder when the shoe will drop on the United States. Who knows? Maybe we are too big to fail . . .
Former Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum and Utah Senator Mike Lee are raising the alarm about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Find out why . . .
It shouldn’t seem strange that a president who wants to continue trillion-dollar deficits would come to such a ‘conclusion.’ Who else is going to buy US debt?
What’s wrong with this picture? One day after Russia’s Pravda pronounced that Obama’s America is the new bastion of Communism, the Chinese enact corporate tax cuts to stimulate their economy. What planet are we living on?
China continues its military expansion. What does this mean for world security?
This story is roughly analogous to a member the Tea Party being denied their rights due to political affiliation.
Russia scrambles to maintain European energy monopoly in order to exercise influence over their neighbors. Its behavior has some in the region worried.
As odd as it may seem today, American Presidents once led our nation in prayer. But today, secular extremists and activist judges insist on a radical separation of Church and State never practiced, nor intended, by the Founders.
Demonstrators storm Brotherhood HQ in Alexandria, pelt Port Said office with stones, and call for Egyptian president’s ouster in Cairo.
While the proposed use of drones for surveillance in peacekeeping missions wouldn’t immediately affect the United States, the fear is that it could expand into other areas of international law enforcement.
While Democrats grandstand on ‘women’s rights,’ there is real oppression of women going on around the globe. And not a word about it from the State Department . . .
“Let us be totally honest: This is not a cease-fire – it is a SURRENDER,” says Shmuel Sackett, spokesman for Israel’s Tea Party leader, Moshe Feiglin.