President Trump Delivers Hard Truths to UN Assembly

In his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly, President Donald Trump dispensed with convention and instead spoke plainly. It couldn’t have come a moment too soon. For the last eight years President Obama’s words promised peace and prosperity, that the world would be remade not through force but through the power of dialogue.…
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Trump’s Anti-Terror Speech Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time

President Donald Trump sent two concordant messages to the Middle East this week. First, for only the second time in the history of the Syrian civil war, Trump ordered American warplanes to intentionally attack Iranian proxies working to foment continued unrest. Second, Trump gave a well-received speech in Saudi Arabia, using support for Muslim governments…
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Obama Never Lived Up to Foreign Policy Promises

Nominations for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize closed just 11 days after Barack Obama assumed the presidency. President Obama was chosen unanimously, over 204 other nominees, on October 5, just nine months after his election. In his acceptance speech, Mr. Obama expressed surprise, even skepticism over his selection. “…I would be remiss if I did…
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Republicans Deliver the Foreign Policy Plan That Obama Never Could

In his 2006 memoir, The Audacity of Hope, President Obama wrote about how America would regain its respect from the world. “Without a well-articulated strategy that the public supports and the world understands, America will lack the legitimacy and ultimately the power it needs to make the world safer than it is today,” Obama wrote.…
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Take Heart Republicans, Obama’s Legacy is Written In Pencil

President Obama has been openly covetous of building a legacy that would secure his name in the history books. “I have no desire to be one of those presidents who are just on the list – you see their pictures lined up on the wall,” Obama told historian Doris Kearns Goodwin in 2007. “I really…
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Shaky Democrats Will Pay the Price for Iran Vote

Democrats may have succeeded in cobbling together the needed votes to filibuster a resolution of disapproval on the Iran nuclear deal, but it doesn’t mean that they can simply put the issue behind them. Poll after polls shows that voters disapprove of the agreement and wanted Congress to vote against it, which could signal trouble…
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Democrats Set Aside Constitution to Ram Iran Deal Through

The Iran Nuclear deal is likely the most strategically important international agreement in a generation. It is sad then that President Obama and Democrats have opted to turn democracy on its head in an effort to ram it through Congress. The problem began when Obama insisted it was a “deal,” not a treaty. The U.S.…
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Obama’s Iran Deal Leaves Multiple Pathways to a Bomb

President Obama wants everyone to know that the deal his administration negotiated with Iran is the closest thing to perfect as America can hope to achieve. But increasingly, Democrats are becoming concerned that the White House may be overselling the deal, creating a standard that they can’t hope to achieve. The most notable example is…
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Schumer’s Opposition to Iran Deal Stirs Up the Democrat Hornet’s Nest

President Obama is more a proselytizer than a president at this point. He’s not going to try and convince you that his policy positions are correct, he’s just going to pressure you to jump on the bandwagon and have faith. Oh, and if you happen to disagree on the merits, then he’s going to attack…
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