The inaugural address drew on powerful nationalist themes from the campaign. Now it’s all about performance.
His new commander-in-chief has repeatedly said he should be executed.
The Left summons a demon it will not be able to control
If Trump follows through on this bluster, the U.S. would be risking a war with a major power.
It would be both illegal and profoundly wrong to try “taking” Iraq’s oil.
If you sow the cultural landscape with crudity, don’t be surprised by what you reap
Unfortunately, the Gulf states have good reason to be encouraged by the start of Trump’s presidency.
Rubio’s grandstanding about “moral clarity” is all the more absurd when we remember that he has long been a supporter of the disgraceful U.S.-backed war on Yemen.
As Trump and his enemies clash, Benedict Option Christians must find ways to avoid succumbing to wrathfulness
He seeks to bring Pax Americana in line with U.S. interests.
Vile, vicious left-wing protesters, and a thin-skinned, lying White House flunky
A global mission to eradicate an ineradicable phenomenon has nothing to do with benefiting Americans.
They aim to create a flexible, consumer-friendly system.
The Obama Administration’s $7 billion plan was a bust
Good things that might happen under the new administration
Treaties and alliances dating from the Cold War are ceasing to be relevant and cannot long be sustained.
Will he actively pursue Israel’s interests or merely let both sides of the conflict do their thing?
Good speech in parts, but overall, not the words of a strong man, but of a strongman
It gains the U.S. nothing but problems, and whatever symbolic value it has for Israel will quickly be outweighed by the costs.
Soul-searching (sort of) in Tinseltown as Trump takes power
Can the press corps cover Trump, conservatives, or Christians fairly?
Bush and Ross would commit the U.S. to more aggressive policies in the region that serve no American interests.
The strengths and weaknesses of a “Zen master approach to world politics.”
Backing a Kurdish state would be one more unnecessary headache for the U.S. that serves no discernible American interest.
Pope Francis and the sophistry of saying that for God, 2 + 2 can equal 5
You can understand the mistakes of the past, but you can’t repeat the past to undo them.
At best, Trump appointees’ preoccupation with Iran is a distraction from more pressing security threats.