Pat Buchanan, For two years, this writer has been consumed by two subjects. First, the presidency of Richard Nixon, in whose White House I served from its first day to its last, covered in my new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.” The second
Todd Starnes, A group of enraged protesters exploded in anger after a chaplain prayed in the name of Jesus at a town hall meeting in Louisiana hosted by U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy. The verbally-abusive crowd also heckled a Vietnam War veteran who attempted to lead the group in the pledge of allegiance. It was one of
Arthur Schaper, About three weeks ago, I read the following article by John Seiler: Advice for California Republicans: Audacity! Audacity! Always Audacity! Finally, someone is reading my mind, sharing my sentiments. I would have made one change to the title: “Advice for All Republicans.” The California Republican Party (and I would submit the RNC as
Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars, Beijing responds to USS Vinson patrolling South China Sea. Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece the Global Times has warned the Trump administration that the People’s Liberation Army is “making preparations” for war after the deployment of the nuclear-powered USS Carl Vinson to patrol the South China Sea. An op-ed for the
Edward Curtin, A Valiant Verbal Warrior Demythologizes the CIA. “Once there is a suspicion that a religion is a myth, its power has gone.”—Alan Watts, The Wisdom of Insecurity Like Odysseus, Douglas Valentine is a wily warrior who managed to enter the enemy’s stronghold disguised as a gift. Not Troy, and not within a wooden
Pat Buchanan, “In victory, magnanimity!” said Winston Churchill. Donald Trump should be magnanimous and gracious toward those whom he defeated this week, but his first duty is to keep faith with those who put their faith in him. The protests, riots and violence that have attended his triumph in city after city should only serve
Rachel Marsden, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may have opposed the Vietnam War in her youth, but her background should give serious pause to voters seeking to avoid another Vietnam. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump wants America out of the Middle East for essentially the same reason that John F. Kennedy wanted America out of
Beware of apartment communities that ban public displays of patriotism. Army veteran Gary Larose, of Fresno, California, learned that lesson the hard way. Mr. Larose, a Vietnam War veteran, was ordered to remove a U.S. Army flag from the balcony of his apartment unit. He was also told he could not fly an American flag.
On his recent Asian tour, President Obama characterized his fellow Americans (the most productive workers in the world) as “lazy.” In fact, he went on to deride Americans for a list of supposed transgressions ranging from the Vietnam War to environmental desecration to the 19th century treatment of Native Americans. “If you’re in the United
Bill Horan, It all started with fog, my watch and a chicken on the brink of starvation nearly 50 years ago. This is when I realized that it was my duty to be an American farmer to grow food for our country and the rest of the world. I served in Vietnam as a U.S.
Republican U.S. senators John McCain and Marco Rubio won their party’s nominations on Tuesday to seek re-election in Arizona and Florida in November, as both of the high profile politicians saw off insurgent challengers. McCain, the 2012 failed Republican presidential candidate, now faces a spirited challenge in Arizona from Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick, who has served
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign appealed to Capitol Hill for support on Monday as his attacks on the Muslim parents of a decorated U.S. soldier killed in Iraq drew sharp rebukes from fellow party members. Trump’s criticism of Khizr Khan and Ghazala Khan, who took the stage at last week’s Democratic convention, sparked a