Last week, prior to the release of details on Jamal Khashoggi’s apparent torture and murder, Ben Rhodes wrote a piece in The Atlantic linking President Trump’s foreign policy to the Saudi Arabian journalist’s abduction. Rhodes, a former deputy national-security adviser to President Obama, essentially argued that Trump mishandled a changing… CONTINUE
On the chance that for one reason or another Hillary Clinton decides not to run in 2016, Joe Biden wants us all to know that, after spending most of his adult life at the public trough, he is willing to sacrifice his golden years to being president. It’s worth noting… CONTINUE
What more people should remember about Goldwater is based on fact, not a slander perpetuated by a cynical political operative; namely, that he was the man, the Republican senator, who went to Richard Nixon and told him to his face that it was time to resign, that he was an embarrassment not only to the nation, but to the political party to which they both belonged.
All in all, 2011 provided us with some pretty good news. For one thing, our military took care of Osama bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, God got rid of Kim Jong-Il and, for good measure, Barney Frank finally got around to announcing his retirement. It was to be expected that… CONTINUE