Author Archives: Barbara Boland
He bullied, he bragged, and his bromance with Trump couldn’t save him. In fact his own tactics may have done him in.
This is typical: former officials who write truthful memoirs often face threats, lawsuits, and even imprisonment.
Trump was increasingly frustrated with Bolton publicly contradicting him and scuttling his negotiations.
Beltway interests of every stripe are rushing to their battle stations to make sure any agreement goes down in flames.
Despite Trump’s campaign promise to get out of Afghanistan, this is shaping up to be a long-term occupation.
It’s supposed to make Britain more independent. But it might put her at the mercy of Mike Pompeo’s Iran policy.
The president has told us a million times how he negotiates. So why does the media keep hysterically misreading him?
The French president meeting with Iran’s foreign minister was reported as a blow to the U.S. But what if it wasn’t?
The emergency training exercise supposedly had nothing to do with current tanker tensions with Iran in the Strait of Hormuz.
British Gibraltar ordered the ship’s release to ease tensions. Washington wasn’t having any of it.
Greg Craig took money from a pro-Russian regime, just like jailed ex-Trump aide Paul Manafort. Welcome to the swamp.
Remember when Red-baiting was considered dogmatic and passé by the left-wing hive?
Don’t be surprised if Kelly Craft’s lack of experience is exactly what Bolton and Pompeo wanted for their war cabinet.
Britain’s new PM supported the Iran deal in the past. But Brexit may force his hand—and John Bolton knows it.
Mueller gave a performance so feeble that many in the media described his testimony as ‘painful,’ and a ‘disaster.’
For-profit detention centers are raking in the cash, as the Trump administration incarcerates unprecedented numbers of people.
Ahead of its expected IPO, Kingdom-owned Aramco now has 100 percent stake in this Texas facility.
Proponents say it forces people to remember; critics say it risks glorifying a “tragic” policy and never-ending conflict.
The Secretary of State took his case against Iran to the Evangelical faithful, making it a matter of religious life, or death.
The number of people detained, their phones and laptops searched without warrants, is exploding. Why?← Older posts
from The American Conservative