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What Should We Fight For?

Pat Buchanan, “We will never accept Russia’s occupation and attempted annexation of Crimea,” declaimed Rex Tillerson last week in Vienna. “Crimea-related sanctions will remain in place until Russia returns full control of the peninsula to Ukraine.” Tillerson’s principled rejection of the seizure of land by military force — “never accept” — came just one day

Trump shows America is through being a chump in Asia

Christian Whiton, As President Trump makes his first official trip to East Asia, one crucial development is clear to those who look closely: America and its allies are through being chumps.  This simple change in course—missed by a media and policy elite blinded by its hatred of Trump—will reverse trends that have been running against

The Most Dangerous National Security Threat No One’s Talking About

Congressman Trent Franks, The North Korean dictatorship boasted that they have tested a hydrogen bomb underground in September. Such a hydrogen bomb has the power to destroy Manhattan, killing 8.5 million New York City residents in a couple of seconds. But, there is a prospect potentially even more deadly and terrifying. A hydrogen bomb, exploded within

N. Korean prisoners look like ‘walking skeletons’ in Kim Jong Un’s labor camps

Katherine Lam, The leaders of North Korea’s horrific prison camps encourage guards to beat prisoners to death and induce starvation, to the point prisoners appear as “walking skeletons,” “dwarfs” and “cripples” in rags, a U.S. State Department fact sheet revealed. The report highlighted details gathered from six prison camps, some of which housed as many