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U.S. and Russia reach Syrian cease-fire agreement

WASHINGTON, September 9, 2016 – Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the U.S. and Russia reached an agreement a temporary cease-fire agreement in Syria, as the Syria civil war enters its fifth year. The cease-fire is set to begin on Sept. 12, and is hoped to last for seven days. Secretary Kerry called the ...

Downed Russian jet downs U.S. stocks in thin Tuesday trading

WASHINGTON, Nov. 24, 2015 – Just when we were hoping to limit posts for the holiday week, Wall Street was hit again with troubling headlines this morning. A Russian SU-24 combat jet that apparently had strayed into Turkish airspace was shot down by the Turkish Air Force, marking the first time a NATO power has ...

Welcoming refugees or importing ISIS

Proposed legislation would give full ownership of Syrian and Iraqi jihadists entering the U.S. to the Obama administration and the Democratic Party.

The ghost of FDR’s authoritarianism

But wouldn’t it be far better to stop all immigration from hotbeds of Islamic jihad into the United States rather than resurrect the Democratic Party’s ugly, authoritarian assault on American liberty?

Syria and the dangers of mission creep

The United States has gone from supplying non-lethal aid to rebels, to waiving the Arms Export Act to fund ISIS and other Islamic groups, to leading air campaigns against ISIS, and now finally sending “advisers” to the war torn area.