Kamala: Woke Capitalism’s Dream Pick
Super-leftie on social issues, and no threat to Wall Street
Podcast: How the Bomb Birthed American Exceptionalism
It ended the war, and so much more.
What Will It Be Like With No U.S-Russia Nuke Limits?
The end of the New Start Treaty approaches, and will leave the two countries to their own devices for the first time since 1969.
Brent Scowcroft RIP: He Risked A Friend To Reject the Iraq War
While he had a mixed record himself, he knew that George W. Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2002 would prove a disaster.
Neoconservative Wolves Dressed in Never-Trumper Clothing
They're sniffing around Joe Biden's foreign policy circle, bent on influencing his China policy—and more.
Trump Wants Troops Home But Not Out of South Korea—Yet
Despite reports there is no plan to immediately withdraw military from the peninsula. But stay tuned.
All About the Chips: Taiwan is Next Battleground for Trade Fight
Vital tech production could put the island back at the center of intensifying Sino-American relations.
Conservatism is Stewardship, Preserving Our Collective Inheritance
As a nation and part of the human family, we should protect our environment, traditions, think local, and not go out in search of monsters to destroy.
Without Traditional Faith, Spiritual Humans Go to Strange Places
Americans are turning to highly personalized, unorthodox religion to get fulfillment.