Huckabee Blasts Bush: ‘We Need a Churchill, Not a Chamberlain’

 Former Gov. Mike Huckabee’s passionate defense of Israel has caused a massive puckering among Democrats and Establishment Republicans – including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. “This is about whether we want to stand against tyrants and tyranny,” the former Arkansas governor told me. Bush called on Huckabee to “tone down the rhetoric” over President Obama’s nuclear… [Read More]

Hillary faces dangerous enemy in the Obama administration

If Hillary Clinton were a cartoon character, she’d be Snidely Whiplash, forever muttering to herself, “Curses, foiled again.” And she’d be right. The lady in waiting will have to keep waiting. Probably forever. Fate has spoken. Already threatened by a growing trust deficit with voters, her would-be majesty now faces an even more lethal adversary…. [Read More]

Cruz defends Huckabee, accuses Obama of ‘gutter politics’

President Obama and Jeb Bush have drawn the ire of Sen. Ted Cruz after they attacked Gov. Mike Huckabee for his comments about the Irannuclear deal.  Huckabee said the president’s Iran policy would “take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven.” The president bristled at what he called a “ridiculous” comment. “The particular… [Read More]

Liberal Obama knocks Huckabee, Trump for slide in Republican rhetoric

 U.S. President Barack Obama criticized Republican presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Donald Trump on Monday for their blunt rhetoric about the Iran nuclear agreement and other issues, saying it was damaging to political debate. Huckabee, one of more than a dozen candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination, denounced a deal with world powers over… [Read More]

Obama chides Huckabee for invoking Holocaust in criticism of Iran deal

Republican Mike Huckabee drew a rebuke from President Obama on Monday for invoking the Holocaust in his criticism of the Iran nuclear deal — marking a rare, long-distance clash between the sitting president and the field of Republicans vying to replace him.  Speaking at a press conference during his visit to Ethiopia, Obama said the… [Read More]

Iran Can Buy A Lot of Terror With $100 Billion

Jeff Jacoby, As a US senator and a candidate for president a decade ago, John Kerry couldn’t bring himself to worry overmuch about Islamic terrorism. Today, as a secretary of state trying to sell a nuclear accord that would lift economic sanctions from the world’s leading state sponsor of Islamic terrorism, he still can’t. During… [Read More]

A Patriot’s Guide for Winning the Presidency in Four Issues

 With so much riding on the 2016 Presidential Election, even the best candidate can get overwhelmed by the issues. Although many issues will be used to distract voters and divert attention, the four issues below are the most crucial we face as a sovereign nation and as people. Just as Donald Trump paved the way… [Read More]

The Overlooked Flaw in the Iranian Deal

Bruce Bialosky,  You have to give President Obama credit. The man is an optimist. He believes a country that has spent the better part of its existence since overthrowing the Shah in 1979 — sticking its thumb in the eye of America and our allies — will abide by an agreement and potentially create a… [Read More]

Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader says Iran will not abandon support after nuclear deal

The Lebanese Hezbollah group believes it can still count on Iran’s support following Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers, leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Saturday. In his first public remarks since the agreement was reached this month in Vienna, Nasrallah said he was sure Tehran would confound critics who say it would end support… [Read More]

Without My Rifle, I Am Useless

John Nantz,  This is my rifle. There are many like it, but this one is mine.  Did the Rifleman’s Creed flash through the minds of Sergeant Carson A. Holmquist, Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Sullivan, Lance Corporal Squire K. Wells, Staff Sergeant David A. Wyatt, and Petty Officer Second Class Randall Smith as they were being fired… [Read More]

Iran nuke deal will fund terrorists’ war vs. America

Berlin – The U.S. nuclear deal with Iran that allows the infusion of massive amounts of cash into Iran’s coffers permits Tehran and its proxies to continue their war against the United States, Europe, and Israel. And Iranian dissidents in Europe and within the Islamic Republic are endangered because of the nuclear deal. Three years… [Read More]

U.S. Treasury’s intelligence network vulnerable to hack

Lax security left the U.S. Treasury’s computer system for tracking overseas threats to America’s financial system vulnerable to hackers, according to a government audit prepared in late 2014 and obtained by Reuters. The Treasury Foreign Intelligence Network is used by U.S. spy agencies to share top-secret information and to keep tabs on the impact of… [Read More]