Today marks the 15th anniversary of the start of the Iraq War, when the United States and a coalition of allies began the Iraq invasion with a famous “shock and awe” bombing campaign. The mission was to remove Saddam Hussein’s murderous regime, and neutralize the threat of what was believed… CONTINUE
“If Donald Trump literally spit in your wife’s face, would you still vote for him?” It’s a question I’ve asked a lot of Trump supporters over the past several months, who are angry at (and can’t wrap their minds around) my NeverTrump stance. Interestingly, none of these guys have ever answered… CONTINUE
On Saturday morning, just before heading off on a two-week vacation, President Obama updated reporters on the progress of U.S. airstrikes against the ISIS terrorist group in Iraq. In response to a question about whether he regretted withdrawing our troops from the country in 2011, given how quickly ISIS subsequently… CONTINUE
I would also like to see America divided into two parts. Our part gets the Constitution and the rule of law; the other guys get Obama and liberalism. The difference between the two groups is obvious. Our side would have gotten the Christian woman out of a Sudanese prison cell and the Marine out of a Tijuana jail within 24 hours, or the bombs would have immediately begun falling on Khartoum and Mexico City.
Vice President Joe Biden said in 2010 interview that he was “very optimistic about Iraq” and that he believed it was “gonna be one of the great achievements of this administration.” The statement ignited some controversy at the time, but not because anyone doubted the stability of Iraq. What many… CONTINUE