By Conor Higgins WASHINGTON, January 15, 2014 — Breitbart.com reported Monday that al-Qaeda allied forces have managed to seize control of several cities in Syria. Considering that al-Qaeda has received a large part of a $1 billion river of foreign aid money in order to fight Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the United States should pay ...
WASHINGTON, January 13, 2014 — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is in trouble. Members of the governor’s staff used bully tactics to punish Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, who refused to support the governor’s reelection bid. Now it seems that presidential hopeful Christie may have misused Hurricane Sandy relief money to pay for a tourism commercial ...
Now with the Islamist Front breaking from and now actively engaging the Free Syrian Army, the Opposition is rather fractured, but that does not mean it is not formidable in any way.
Obama's fumbling of the Syria situation is the last in a line of pathetic policies that has stripped the US of its superpower status.
Have we learned from the past, or are we destined to affirm the definition of insanity?
The Syrian crisis reflects a foreign policy puzzle that seems to be missing some pieces.
What should the United States’ strategic response be if chemical weapons are proven to have been used in Syria?