Written by Daniel Greenfield
When Republicans complained that Obama refused to talk about Islamic terrorism, he accused them of playing into the hands of ISIS by demanding that he identify the enemy we’re fighting.
When they spoke out against his Iranian nuclear sellout, he accused them of “wanting to make common cause ...
Written by Roger Aronoff
By Roger Aronoff
The conclusions of a high-level group of military men and legal scholars examining the details of last year’s 50-day war between Israel and Hamas run counter to many of the media assertions made at the time. The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) report’sauthors ...
Written by Brett Schaefer / Steven Groves
The letter to Iran signed by 47 Republican senators has provoked a lot of commentary—and some welcome clarification on the White House’s negotiations with Iran.
The letter argued that any deal President Obama makes with Iran isn’t binding past his second term. “[W]e will consider any ...
Written by Dr. Andrew Bostom
by Dr. Andrew Bostom
I support Sen. Tom Cotton/ the GOP-47, and their March 9, 2015 “Open Letter to the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” as a means of clarifying, and then ending the self-destructive “negotiations” (elaborated here; here/here; and here) with a Shiite theocratic regime ...
Written by John W. Whitehead
“The year is 2025. The population is 325 million, and the FBI has the DNA profiles of all of them. Unlike fingerprints, these profiles reveal vital medical information. The universal database arrived surreptitiously. First, the Department of Defense's repository of DNA samples from all military ...
Written by Michael Snyder
The Russian military and the U.S. military are going in two very different directions. Military spending in Russia is increasing by a whopping 33 percent this year alone, and the Russians are feverishly preparing as if a major war with the United States is inevitable.
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Prior to the speech of the Israeli Prime Minister to Congress, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria sang the praises of a storyfrom the pro-Edward Snowden publication, The Intercept, suggesting that Benjamin Netanyahu just can’t be trusted. The story claimed Netanyahu has been “crying wolf” about the Iranian ...
Written by Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.)
Suspend the Senate Filibuster Rule To Pass Homeland Security Funding
by Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.),Right Side News
The Issue is Clear – The Integrity of the U.S. Constitution Vs. Preserving A Senate Procedural Rule
Written by Toby Westerman
It looked like Murder Incorporated was back in business in Moscow as a car swept passed a leading political opponent of Russian president Vladimir Putin and unleased seven to eight shots, four of which found their target in the back of leading Putin opponent Boris Nemtsov. One bullet reportedly hit ...