Feb 3, 2016
The muscular pro-active Saudi foreign policy is coming into focus based on the belief the U.S. cannot be counted on; oil interests must be protected at all costs, internal dissention cannot be tolerated and Iran is an eternal enemy whose imperial goals must be stemmed.
Jan 11, 2016
Here is the rub. Muslims are free to pursue their faith, but when radicalization occurs that challenges national security and our way of life, censure is appropriate.
Jan 4, 2016
There are some who believe justice should be served; who believe that Alberto Nisman’s work was not in vain. Not only does Argentina deserve answers, but so does the free world where truth still has meaning.
Dec 28, 2015
Confusion reigns. Our leaders say the savagery is by so-called outliers. What should Americans believe and what should we do? The answer lies in leadership that can offer direction. When that will come isn’t clear. The longer it takes to clarify a strategy, the more difficult it is to enact.
Dec 21, 2015
What is at stake is whether the principles that constructed the culture, in which we as a people have prospered, can survive. America must ask itself if it is in the Western tradition from which it was born or some new alien belief system that will destroy all we cherished.
Dec 15, 2015
What we want is so often, what we do not have. In this case, what we have is not what anyone would want including those who negotiated the deal. Yes, Iran lies and cheats.
Dec 7, 2015
Why is it okay to defile America and Israel, but inappropriate to criticize the dictatorial Muslim regimes? Why is Islam beyond reproach? The answer, of course, lies in fear, fear that violent reprisals will occur.
Dec 1, 2015
The key to our involvement in the Pacific is not simply projection of power, but a strategic vision that considers goals and capabilities, national will, and alliance assurances. At the moment, an overarching strategy is missing.