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North Korean missile tests aimed at defeating US THAAD missile defense system

North Korea’s most recent missile tests have been aimed at overwhelming the US THAAD missile defense system based in South Korea. North Korea has tailored its spate of ballistic missile tests to defeat the U.S.-stationed defense systems ready to protect the South and Japan from descending warheads, a report to Congress says. The bellicose North

Syria strike sends powerful message to North Korea

CAMP CASEY, SOUTH KOREA –  U.S. troops taking fire and returning it. Moving through houses, room by room. Casualties down and ground taken. While it might looks like the real thing, it’s just one of many military exercises involving some of the 28,000 American forces along with their South Korean counterparts…not far from the demilitarized zone. They’re

US $$$ for UN Rapes

Betsy McCaughey, Globalists and Democrats shrieked last week when President Donald Trump proposed cutting American funding for the United Nations by 50 percent. The president dismisses the U.N. as a “waste of time and money.” That’s the least of it. U.S. taxpayers bankroll the U.N. with $10 billion a year. Our hard-earned money perpetuates an

The North Korea Syndrome

Lloyd Billingsley, When not assassinating relatives such his estranged half-brother Kim Jong-Nam, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un has been launching missiles that fly perilously closer to U.S. allies such as Japan, and few doubt that the ultimate target is the American mainland. In response, as the Washington Times reported, the Trump administration seeks to deploy

Trump Negotiates with GOP leaders after Historic Speech

President Trump shifted Wednesday from soaring rhetoric to an exercise he’s perhaps more comfortable with – negotiations – as he met with House and Senate Republican leaders to discuss how to implement the ambitious agenda he laid out in his first address to Congress. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump’s leadership lunch meeting

John Podesta: ‘Forces within the FBI’ may have wanted Clinton to lose #DealWithIt

John Podesta, the former chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, said Monday “forces within the FBI” may have wanted her to lose. “There are at least forces within the FBI that wanted her to lose,” Podesta said during an interview with the website NewCo, Politico reported. “I’m not sure they really understood the alternative, but

America Still Needs George Washington

Brion McClanahan, In just a few days, the Senate will conduct its annual reading of Washington’s Farewell Address. The tradition began in 1862 and has continued unabated since 1896. Washington had both James Madison and Alexander Hamilton prepare the letter, and some speculate that the final draft was more Hamilton than Washington, but it has

Iran’s Zarif says use of chemical weapons in Syria cannot be condoned

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif, pointing to Sunni Islamist militants in Syria fighting against its allies in Damascus, told the Munich Security Conference that the use of chemical weapons could never be condoned. Damascus, an ally of majority-Shi’ite Iran, this week rejected a recent Human Rights Watch report that said its military and allied

Trump: Military Depletion ‘Not Going to Happen Anymore’

Kathryn Blackhurst, At MacDill Air Force Base, president makes vow to ‘never, ever let’ down U.S. servicemen. President Donald Trump reaffirmed his commitment to keeping the homeland safe and pledged his administration’s “100 percent” support in rebuilding the U.S. military during an address Monday at the headquarters of United States Central Command (CENTCOM) in Tampa, Florida. During his