Anti-Media – by Darius Shahtahmasebi In September, Russia held extensive military exercises that included the use of both Russian and Belarusian military forces. The drills were scheduled to last for at least a week. On December 19, German newspaper BILD reported that two NATO member intelligence sources had claimed the September drills were a “dry run” for a “full-scale conventional
Pat Buchanan, Like 9/11, Hurricane Harvey brought us together. In awe at the destruction 50 inches of rain did to East Texas and our fourth-largest city and in admiration as cable television showed countless hours of Texans humanely and heroically rescuing and aiding fellow Texans in the worst natural disaster in U.S. history. On display
Kurt Schlichter, After eight years of Barack Obama’s pathetic fecklessness, America has got its feck back. And the whiny progressives who prefer our woman-enslaving, gay-tossing, toddler-crucifying enemies to the guy who beat their designated heir to the Crown (Royal) are in a tizzy. Oh no, America is refusing to continue down the path of submission,
Howard Kurtz, The media are suddenly awash in stories about Donald Trump being a flip-flopper. And there is a deep divide over whether this renders him a prevaricator or a pragmatist. The knee-jerk press reaction to any politician branded with the flipper label is that the person is inconsistent and insincere, lacking a core set
Debra J. Saunders, As President Donald Trump flew to Palm Beach Thursday for Easter weekend, there was a lull in his first 100 days — a chance for Washington to reflect on how his presidency is likely to evolve. There are many question marks, but one sure thing: More than any ideology, Trump values winning
Candidate Donald Trump was going to fire Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, bench the Export-Import Bank, diminish NATO, stay out of the Middle East – and, of course, take on China, which he called “the No. 1 abuser of this country.” President Trump has read from a different script. The hard-line, populist tenor that dominated
President Trump declared Wednesday that U.S.-Russia relations “may be at an all-time low,” as he praised his top diplomat Rex Tillerson for working to address those tensions in Moscow – and left open whether ties between the two countries can be mended. “Right now, we’re not getting along with Russia at all, we may be
Recent Russian naval activity in Europe exceeds levels seen during the Cold War, a top U.S. and NATO military officer said, voicing concern that the distributed nature of the deployments could end up “splitting and distracting” the transatlantic alliance. Navy Admiral Michelle Howard, who heads NATO’s Allied Joint Force Command in Naples and commands U.S.