Category Archives: Foreign Policy

Clinton’s promise fails again with N. Korea test months after UN called for more aid

While in the Oval Office, former president Bill Clinton applauded his diplomatic success with North Korea (Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea). In 1994 Mr. Clinton said, “The entire world will be safer.” Media filmed Clinton’s secretary of state Madeleine Albright … Continue reading

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UN could try to shred Amendment 1; columnist at Time Inc. property applauds

The United Nations appears to be attempting to shred the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution again. While many conservatives have decried this move, a columnist at Hello Giggles, a Time Inc. property, is applauding the move. That columnist is … Continue reading

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Why did Obama administration fund Soros-linked groups interfering in governments abroad?

George Soros has long exerted power over governments and bureaucrats in a number of countries through initiatives his Open Society Institute has funded. Soros is a key actor in the US left, and his allegiance to Democrats’ losing 2016 presidential … Continue reading

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‘Dog Company’ more evidence showing Trump should review war cases in military courts

Pt. 2 of 2   The bestseller Dog Company: A True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by Their High Command is another in a long string of reminders it’s time for President Donald Trump to correct mistakes. Those mistakes date … Continue reading

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Military injustice: Bestselling ‘Dog Company’ a riveting book deserving a film

Pt. 1 of 2 Advocacy for members of the US military has long been part of my activism, and after reading the best-seller Dog Company: A True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by Their High Command, I am as appalled … Continue reading

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Update on Syria: Hard to trust what can’t be verified

US President Donald Trump says, “We’re not going into Syria,” as pundits across the land debate missile strikes aimed at ensuring Syria’s Asad regime doesn’t use chemical weapons in the future. Some Trump supporters decried the strikes while others applauded … Continue reading

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Flip the spy coin: No snooping on the Clintons despite Bill’s global affairs?

As most legacy media focus on allegations about Russia and the 2016 US presidential election, President Donald Trump is the target. Thus far, newspapers like The Washington Post have run story after story usually sourced to anonymous “officials”. No charges … Continue reading

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