Browsing All posts tagged under »Cold War«

Pride in America, Then and Now — Apollo 11

July 19, 2019 by


The 50th anniversary of the first step on our moon and the decade of danger and failures it took to get there. ~ Mark Alexander  ~     In a week like most, when the mainstream media is filled with what iswrong with America and praising leftist political neophytes who parrot such sentiments, that relentless collective perspective […]

The Two Ukraine’s

November 19, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ “Obama is just not up to the task—a geopolitical lightweight who was easily outmaneuvered in Syria and Iran.” That’s Marin Katusa, writing in his new book, “The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped from America’s Grasp” ($29.95, John Wiley and Sons, and Casey Research). Katusa is no fan of […]

Obama Responds to Putin  Humor

March 24, 2014 by


The Patriot Post ~ Jimmy Fallon Skit: ‘Obama’ and ‘Putin’ Sing ‘The Cold War Never Bothered Me Anyway’ Obama called Putin this month to talk about Russia’s recent aggression. Comedian Jimmy Fallon found “actual footage”. Watch Video » Transparency Minimum Wage He Wears The Pants Diversity & Tolerance A Wise Child Disaster = Democrat Read more […]

Be a Saint, Not a Scrooge

December 16, 2013 by


Pope Francis’s challenge is important, whatever your interpretation of his economic views. By Peggy Noonan · We’re not a year into his leadership, but it’s Christmastime and the pope has been much in the news. Let’s look at how he’s doing. He continues to capture the imagination. When he says something, people look and listen. […]

My Cold War And Now Yours

September 15, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ I spent the better part of my life during the Cold War that began at the end of World War Two in 1945 and did not end until the collapse of the Soviet Union in December 1991. It was replaced by the Russian Federation and the competition continues. On February 22, […]

North Korea, China’s Hidden Dagger

November 25, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba The Korean War ended in a stalemate in 1953. Having begun on June 25, 1950 with the blessings of Joseph Stalin, an armistice agreement on July 27, 1953 left the peninsula divided between the Republic of South Korea and the Peoples Republic of North Korea. How long ago was that? Dwight D. […]

Wendy’s Cold War Commercial – Video

August 6, 2010 by


The Cold War made for some pretty entertaining pop culture. Like this Wendy’s Commercials from sometime in the 1980s. It’s another one from Sedelmaier, who brought us “Where’s the Beef?” Wendy’s Cold War Commercial Posted by ThreeOranges H/T Sun Tzu at Big Peace

Barack Obama Takes The First Step Towards Re-Starting The Cold War

September 23, 2009 by


And the world has become a much more dangerous place because of it. President Obama’s decision to scrap plans for a missle defense system in Eastern Europe is a direct slap in the face not only to the accompishments of Ronald Reagan, it is also a slap in the face to some of America’s oldest […]

The Guns Of August

August 23, 2008 by


Latest developments: America is going to station missiles in Poland: “The U.S. claims that the missile defense system, made up of 10 interceptor rockets in Poland, and a radar installation in the neighboring Czech Republic, will be used to defend against attacks against the so-called rogue states, such as Iran. However, the missile interceptors are […]

Obama is NO Harry Truman!

July 28, 2008 by


Obama recalled the Berlin Airlift of 1948 during his dramatic speech in the German capital last week. The airlift was an early & critical success for the West in the Cold War. It's relevant to today, the war in Iraq & the free world's conflict with radical Islam. But he misinterpreted the lessons learned! Maybe to suit his own agenda?

Securing America and its Allies by Defeating America’s Enemies

April 16, 2008 by


What is the Irreconcilable Wing of Islam? Newt Gingrich has the answer. Securing America and its Allies by Defeating America’s Enemies Challenge Number One By Newt Gingrich “It is the eternal struggle between two principles, right and wrong, throughout the world.” President Abraham Lincoln Debate at Alton, Illinois, October 15, 1858 Imagine the morning after […]