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Why Are We Ignoring Jihadists in Latin America?

David Grantham, Famed Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz said Obama will go down in history as the worst foreign policy president of all time, after the U.S. chose to abstain in the U.N. Security Council vote on the resolution condemning the construction of Israeli settlements. Cataloguing the president’s foreign policy blunders and their consequences will

As Socialism Shattered Venezuela, The Useful Idiots Applauded

Jeff Jacoby, When the Cold War ended 25 years ago, the Soviet Union vanished into the ash heap of history. That left the West’s “useful idiots” — Lenin’s term for the ideologues and toadies who could always be relied on to justify or praise whatever Moscow did — in search of other socialist thugs to

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

Obama to Latin America: Give Trump a chance to lead

President Barack Obama on Saturday sought to reassure Latin America that U.S. policy in the region will not significantly change once his predecessor, President-elect Donald Trump, assumes power. Obama, who is attending the annual conference of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation in Peru, spoke to a group of about 1,000 people in a town hall

Hillary Equals more economic stagnation, which will create more anti-trade sentiment

Laura Ingraham, Why Globalists Should Actually Want Trump to Win. Soon, the globalists tell themselves, everything will be back to normal. No more Trump. No more populists. No more questions about why the jobs have gone away, or why don’t they ever do anything about China, or what’s really in all those trade deals anyway.

Ken Blackwell: Tim Kaine’s Dangerous Liaisons

The New York Times Sept. 4 feature on Tim Kaine, shows that his year in Honduras introduced him not to Jesus Christ, but to Karl Marx. The story doesn’t say that, exactly, but connect the dots with a little history, and an alarming picture emerges of Kaine’s adventures with radicals and revolutionaries in 1980s Latin

Soros Foundation Eyed Stronger Internet Regulation in TPP Negotiations

Aaron Klein, A leaked document from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations reveals the organization was seeking to influence the positions of Latin American governments in negotiating the Transpacific Partnership Agreement, or TTP. Soros’s organization does not appear to support the TPP outright, but expressed interest in influencing the sweeping internationalist treaty, including the treaty’s positions


“I don’t support Donald Trump despite being Latina — I support him because I’m Latina.” – A.J. Delgado The Washington Post’s Headline: “Why Latinos Should Vote For Trump” A.J. Delgado, The Washington Post,  As a proud Latina, the daughter of two Cuban immigrants, who lives in a heavily Latino, blue-collar neighborhood, the question I’m asked all the time

Clinton Foundation drug contracts intersected with State Department work

Sarah Westwood, Amid renewed scrutiny of the Clinton Foundation’s foreign ties this week, Hillary Clinton pointed to the success of its low-cost contracts with pharmaceutical firms in a rare acknowledgement of her family’s controversial nonprofit network. The Democratic nominee, who has not held a press conference in 242 days and is selective about the media interviews she

Allen West: The Future for the Real American Dreamers

Allen West, (Editors’ note: This column was co-authored by Luke Twombly) “Tolerance is a tremendous virtue, but the immediate neighbors of tolerance are apathy and weakness” – Sir James Goldsmith “When tolerance becomes a one way street, it leads to cultural suicide” – LTC Allen B. West (USA, Ret) The song by Neil Diamond, “America”

Zika, Abortion, and Population Control: The Hype and the Real Danger

Megan Toombs,  The Zika virus has caused massive concern bordering on panic across a significant portion of the globe. Women are worried sick that their children could be born with birth defects, worries that are being heightened by some health agencies’ advice to avoid pregnancy during the Zika outbreak. But if experts are advising women

Supreme Court’s Split Elevates Immigration as Election Issue

The Supreme Court’s deadlock on President Barack Obama’s immigration plan pushes one of the year’s most divisive political issues to the forefront, with Latino voter registration already surging in an apparent reaction to Donald Trump’s campaign. The court split evenly, 4-4, on Obama’s plan to shield as many as 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation,