Media Isn’t “Facts First” They’re Anti-Trump First

CNN recently debuted a new advertising campaign called “Facts First.” The debut video shows an apple on a white background accompanied by captions arguing that many would try to mislead people into thinking it is a banana when it is, in fact, an apple. “This is an apple,” the captions read. “Some people might try…
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Russians Sought to Use Our Political Polarization Against Us

In his farewell address George Washington expressed his hopes for the new nation, one of which was the wish that factions would not rip apart what so much blood and treasure was spent to establish. “That party disputes among all the friends and lovers of their country may subside, or, as the wisdom of Providence…
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Democrats’ Witch Hunt Fizzles After Comey Testimoney

Journalists, commentators, pundits and politicos assured us that former FBI Director Jim Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee would be on par with Watergate. Finally, they thought, we would get the juicy inside scoop about President Trump’s collusion with Russia to alter the election, or at the very least a whiff of obstruction of…
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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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Putin Continues to Play the Obama White House for Fools in Syria

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy and Premier Nikita Khrushchev of the Soviet Union sat down to hammer out the foreign policy differences between the two superpowers, which were locked into the Cold War. Kennedy’s aides warned the president that the meeting was a bad idea and that Khrushchev would immediately seize on any mistake…
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Obama Continues to Ignore Russia at His Own Peril

During the 2012 presidential debates Gov. Mitt Romney labeled Russia the United States’ “number one geopolitical foe.” At the time President Obama mocked the comment relentlessly. “The 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because the Cold War’s been over for 20 years,” Obama said. Even after Russia invaded Crimea and…
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President Obama’s Fantasy Foreign Policy is Dangerous

President Theodore Roosevelt perfected the foreign policy of “speak softly and carry a big stick.” President Obama is trying a radically new approach of speak loudly and carry a small stick. If early results are any indication it is failing miserably. The latest application of the Obama Doctrine—if you can call it that—is playing out…
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