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ISIS could be defeated now — if Obama wanted to

HONOLULU, May 28, 2015 — Is ISIS invincible? The fall of Ramadi and the Islamic proto-caliphate’s ongoing resistance to some of the most advanced Western remote sensing and military firepower the world has seen has led many experts to conclude that this new form of “whack-a-mole” warfare is one that can’t be won easily or soon. ...

America: Strong enough to engage

The United States can engage with hostile governments while supporting its traditional allies and promoting regional stability.

Obama chooses dishonor in Iran, frames WWIII

Not unlike President Obama and Iran, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain believed he had the ability to talk a madman into becoming peaceful using only the force of his personality.

Are Iranian nukes inevitable?

Iran will eventually have the means to build an arsenal. The question is, how can we make that not in its best interests without threatening to go to war?

Like the Hindenburg or the 1916 Philadelphia A’s, Yemen is a success!

PHOENIX, March 30, 2016 – Webster’s defines success as “the correct or desired result of an attempt.” The Obama administration defines success as, well, something else entirely, or so it seems. Administration spokespeople continue to state that the counterterrorism strategy employed by the White House in Yemen remains a success. White House press secretary Josh Earnest recently ...