A Trump Doctrine for Singapore and Beyond

Pat Buchanan, After Pyongyang railed this week that the U.S.-South Korean Max Thunder military drills were a rehearsal for an invasion of the North, and imperiled the Singapore summit, the Pentagon dialed them back. The B-52 exercises alongside F-22 stealth fighters were canceled. But Pyongyang had other objections. Sunday, NSC adviser John Bolton spoke of

Media Coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian Clash Is Built on a Myth

David Harsanyi, No matter how often Hamas tells us that rioters on the Israel-Gaza border are armed, the media keeps referring to them as “protesters” and “demonstrators.” No matter how often Hamas concedes that those rioters are part of a broader “war,” the media simply won’t report it as such. And even though rioters assure

Net Neutrality is a Fancy Term for Internet Socialism

Marina Medvin, Don’t be fooled by the terminology. Net neutrality isn’t a tech term that will be hard for you to comprehend. You will get it in an instant, I promise. It’s the same old socialism, just rebranded to make it tech-trendy. There’s nothing neutral about net neutrality. It simply means everyone pays more, for

Make Congress Work Again

Sen. David Perdue, Editor’s Note: This column was co-authored by Jenny Beth Martin. “I say to Congress: I will never sign another bill like this again.” President Trump made this crystal clear following the massive, last-minute funding bill in March, and he is serious. However, Congress has not gotten the message. Several weeks have passed

The Irish Aren’t Red-Headed Mexicans

Ann Coulter, In an interview with NPR last Friday, Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly described the illegal aliens pouring across our border in the most gentle manner imaginable. He said that illegal aliens aren’t “bad people,” but also “not people that would easily assimilate into the United States into our modern society.” They are,

5 Ways America’s Success is Ruining Our Culture

John Hawkins, The only thing worse than never achieving your dreams is to achieve all of them and then have no idea what to do next. That’s the dilemma Americans face today, even though most of us don’t realize it.  We became the richest, strongest, most advanced nation in history. We turned the tide in

Must We All Behave Like Children?

Michael Brown, One day the right is mocking Hillary Clinton for taking a fall while walking down a flight of outdoor steps in India. The next day the left is mocking the president’s weight. Must we be so infantile in our criticisms? Aren’t there enough issues of substance for us to discuss and debate? I

It’s Time to Choose: Prosperity or Crazy

Wayne Allyn Root, I’m pro choice. I’m not talking about abortion. What I mean is sane people have to make a choice.  There are two clear choices. Prosperity and a booming U.S. economy. Or pure freaking crazy.It’s up to American voters to choose. On one hand…Small business optimism is the highest in almost four decades

The Joy and Necessity of Driving Liberals Nuts

Kurt Schlichter,   Is the foundation of our revolt against the elites – which the liberals and the Fredocons call “Trumpism” because they don’t want to face the fact that Normals are tired of their corruption and incompetence – merely trolling by a bunch of malcontents? True, we do enjoy messing with them. You look

Deadly ‘swatting’ hoaxes and the dangerous conditioning of cops

By now, most of you have probably seen this story: Online gamers have said in multiple Twitter posts that the shooting of a man Thursday night by Wichita police was the result of a “swatting” prank involving two gamers. Swatting is an internet prank where someone makes a call to a police department with a false

Anti-Gun Activists Attack Responsible Gun Owners

Ken Blackwell, Emotion drives the Left. Feeling good about oneself is one of the highest objectives of liberal politics. Especially when it comes to gun control. Every American should be horrified by the murders in Parkland, Florida. People should be equally angered by the many government failures which allowed an unbalanced young man to murder

Trump’s Generals Are Too Valuable to Be Dismissed

Victor Davis Hanson, Near-daily gossip surrounds Donald Trump’s three marquee generals. The media sometimes blare out rumors that Gen. John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, is proving to be a loose cannon and might soon be fired. Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Trump’s national security adviser, is occasionally rumored to be a robotic PowerPoint