The Axis of Crazy

After the Cold War, America was supposed to enjoy a long stretch of peace and quiet, in which the remaining superpower and its North Atlantic allies would administer a liberal order of global cooperation and trade. That was never a realistic idea. . . . Continue reading →

Immigration euphemisms: Reuters ups the ante

Just two days ago, I went on a rip about TIME Magazine‘s blatant shilling for illegal immigrants in a cover story that featured a multi-ethnic group of illegals led by a Pulitzer prize winning journalist (who also is in the United States . . . Continue reading →

Bob Lieber on American “Decline”

Today’s Daily Caller has an interview with one of my former teachers, Georgetown University professor Robert Lieber. The interview is fascinating, and I also want to plug Bob’s new book from Cambridge University Press, Power and Willpower in the American Future: Why . . . Continue reading →

Politics and the U.S. Military: Crossing the Line

The Hill and other sources reported this weekend that a U.S. Marine who posted scathing comments about President Obama on his Facebook page is now facing discharge from the Corps: The case of a Marine who is facing discharge for posting disparaging . . . Continue reading →