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Shades of Benghazi in Afghanistan crisis link to betrayal, profit

SAN DIEGO: Sunday, the remains of  Lance Corporal Rylee J. McCollum came home from Afghanistan to his distraught mother Kathy McCollum. The C-17 Globemaster carried 13 sacred flag-draped silver coffins. McCollum’s grief is not unlike other moms and dads of the 13, or those killed in Benghazi. They are victims of egregious government failures. McCollum ...

Trump, Obama, Impeachment, Democrats, Congress, Senate

President Barack Obama: A Middle East legacy of death and destruction

From the crescent of Syria to the plains of Libya, to the former Yazidi homelands of Iraq and the streets of Donetsk, former U.S. President Barack Obama left in his wake a legacy of death, misery and chaos that has killed millions in the Middle East, while swamping the continent of Europe with refugees.

Thursday stocks close flat, employment numbers due Friday

WASHINGTON, May 5, 2015 – This will be another of our shorter columns this week. We’re still in the midst of virtual all-nighters as we get through the generally excellent American Ring cycle of Wagner operas now on tap this week by the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center. You’ve got to catch up ...

America made the Middle East mess

WASHINGTON, September 9, 2014 — Just two days away from the thirteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the United States once again finds itself embroiled and knee deep in the mess and much that is World politics. In the last three years we have seen numerous earth shattering events take place throughout the world. And ...

France: Recolonizing Africa in the name of counter-terrorism

Corporations have raided Africa before, of course. Diamonds, gold, and oil are all in abundance there. But so many African nations are unstable due to civil war and insurgency. Fix the insurgency, Africa becomes a more stable market. A more stable market means steady growth.

Libya is Obama’s war

President Obama had to speak to the nation about Libya, and he did. Addressing the nation, Obama's speech offers a blueprint of sorts of when and what he might do in Libya.

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A rational approach to Foreign Policy for the U.S.

The United States’ foreign policy should be clear and consistent. It should not be used as a pawn for political gain. Unfortunately, in today’s world of Party politics, the latter is more of the norm. It is time to fix that problem.