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Post-JFK, What Will the CIA Do to President Trump?

Jacob G. Hornberger, In a truly remarkable bit of honesty and candor regarding the U.S. national-security establishment, new Senate minority leader Charles Schumer has accused President-elect Trump of “being really dumb.” Was Schumer referring to Trump’s ideology, philosophy, or knowledge about economics or foreign policy? None of the above. According to an article in The

The Demise of a Despot

Ed Feulner,  “We know that this moment fills Cubans … with powerful emotions, recalling the countless ways in which Fidel Castro altered the course of individual lives, families, and of the Cuban nation.” This sentence from President Obama’s unforgivably vacuous statement on the death of Castro really struck me. “Powerful emotions,” Mr. President? Yes, it’s

Even after ceding power, Dead Fidel Castro remained a godfather to leftists in Latin America

Fidel Castro’s revolution was slowly dying — or so it seemed. Communism had collapsed in Europe, and Cuba’s Soviet lifeline was severed. Food was in short supply. Power outages silenced TV sets normally tuned to a nighttime soap opera. Factories rusted in the tropical heat. The title of an American book seemed just right: “Castro’s

Hillary’s Resume Better Than Trump’s? We’ve Lost Our Mind!

Bryan Crabtree, I’m so sick of it. I’m sick of this legalistic, academic, bureaucratic mentality that is destroying our nation. My radio-show producer and I had an end of show argument on the air this week where he ‘schooled’ me on Donald Trump’s ignorance to national security and states’ rights. It was an excerpt from