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Syria: It’s Time to Pray

October 13, 2019 by


Plus 1 more: U.S. to China: Free Muslims from Prison Camps to Trade with America  ~   Tony Perkins  ~ Today  (Oct. 11, 2019), Turkey is claiming to have killed more than 100 Kurdish fighters in Northeast Syria, and reports of civilian casualties continue to surface.   The streets of some towns on the Turkish-Syrian border […]

Our National Interest And The South China Sea

September 7, 2019 by


By Walter Lohman ~ It’s difficult to explain how a country goes about defining its national interests. Sure, we know the policy processes. We know the considerations. Interests in borders, war, and peace are easy to understand. But why are other, more abstract interests, such as American concern for the freedom of navigation in a […]

Labor Day, Economics, and Hurricane Dorian

September 2, 2019 by


On this holiday, let’s take a moment to look at the bigger economic picture. Nate Jackson · Sep. 2, 2019 Today is Labor Day, and that means the unofficial end of summer on a day of celebration of the American worker. The holiday originated in the late 19th century and was born of the labor movement, […]

What Hong Kong Unrest Tells Us About China’s Plans For The Rest Of The World

August 15, 2019 by


By James Carafano ~ The outside world can do little to assure the future of freedom in Hong Kong beyond making the case that preserving the principles of liberty are at stake. Nevertheless, the plight of that territory’s more than 7 million souls can teach us an important lesson about what China has in mind […]

Two Debates, One Rally

August 5, 2019 by


Plus 2 more articles: A Striking Contrast America First   ~    Gary Bauer  ~     The two nights of Democrat debates produced a lot of hot air about socialism and climate change, but no ideas on economic growth. Several candidates tried to outdo one another on open borders. And they offered nothing that would […]

Strong Economy Continues as Dems Warn of Collapse

August 3, 2019 by


Labor force numbers hit record high, tariffs may rise, and the Fed drops interest rates. ~ Thomas Gallatin  ~         The jobs numbers for July indicate that the country is continuing to enjoy a robust economy. The number of jobs added hit Wall Street’s expectation at 164,000. That’s not a massive number, […]

China Aims to Block Trump Reelection

August 1, 2019 by


Beijing is working to prevent the president from winning as a means by which to win the trade war. ~      Political Editors  ~     As China and the U.S. are currently seeking to negotiate an end to the current trade war — a war President Donald Trump did not start but has shown no signs […]