More Droppings on the 2016 Campaign Trail

Trump’s Bromance With Putin I am fascinated by the media’s obsession with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s views of Russian President Vladmir Putin.  The media narrative is that Mr. Trump “admires” Mr. Putin and by implication would yield to Mr. … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in 2016 Presidential Election, Donald Trump, Ethics, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Liberalism, Preident Bill Clinton, President Obama, Progressivism | 4 Comments

President Obama: Idealism Adrift

The Islamic terrorist attacks in Paris, Mali, Egypt, Cameroon (and the list goes on forever) have heightened criticism of President Barack Obama and pressed a demand that the United States take a leadership role in combating ISIL in Iraq and … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Foreign Relations, Individual Responsiblity, John Kerry, Leadership, Liberalism, President Obama | 13 Comments

Apologists for Islamic extremists are misguided

by Dan Lucas The world has been rocked again by another violent attack by Islamic extremists. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has claimed credit for the recent horrific coordinated attacks in Paris that killed at least 130 … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Benghazi, Hillary Clinton, Iraq, Islam, John Kerry, President Obama, Terrorism | 22 Comments

Lessons of 9/11: Iran nuke deal a bad idea

by Lars Larson America marks the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks today even as the President of the United States celebrates the deal that paves the way to nuclear weapons in Iran. Now that should make you pause. Have … Continue reading

Posted by at 10:06 | Posted in Iran, Iraq, John Kerry, President Obama, Terrorism | 10 Comments

Iran nuke deal worse than Babe Ruth trade

by Jeff Anderson Worst deal ever….until now. It was almost 100 years ago that Red Sox owner, Harry Frazee traded Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees in exchange for funding of a Broadway Musical. It is considered by many … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Iran, John Kerry, President Obama | 25 Comments

Rewarding Consistent Bad Behavior

Psychologists, economists, criminologists and parents routinely tell us that past performance is the best predictor of future behavior. Only in politics is that adage routinely ignored – and no more so that when liberals/progressives find past performance an inconvenient barrier … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in 2016 Election, Foreign Relations, Hillary Clinton, Iran, John Kerry, Liberalism, President Obama, Progressivism | 9 Comments

The Strange World of Obama’s Foreign Policy

  It has been a strange couple of weeks for President Barack Obama as his legacy has come home to bite him. On a domestic level we have known for a long time that Mr. Obama is liar – not … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Foreign Relations, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, President Obama | 7 Comments

Will President Obama Accede to the Demands of Iran?

As this column is being written the determination as to whether the administration of President Barack Obama and the leadership of Iran will strike a deal on limiting Iran’s ability to develop nuclear weapons remains undetermined. At last report Iran … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Economy, Foreign Relations, Iran, John Kerry, Leadership, President Obama | 4 Comments

The Duplicity of the Obama Foreign Policy

As this column is being written, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is preparing to address the United States Congress. I have no idea what is in that speech but I do know two things about the speech. First, it is … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Cuba, Foreign Relations, Hillary Clinton, Iran, Israel, John Kerry, Leadership, Liberalism, President Obama, Terrorism, Ukraine | 13 Comments

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