Thursday, November 30, 2017

Trump state visit problems, Iran fires another missile at Saudis, CNN wants Twitter to self-censor, Russia is trolling the US over Korea, Rex Tillerson

Britain will adapt Trump’s state visit. Here’s what the new trip might look like

Iran just fired another ballistic missile at Saudi Arabia. Here’s why the Trump administration must pay close attention to Iran’s increasingly volatile policy

CNN is wrong to complain that Twitter hasn't deleted Britain First's tweets

The Russian foreign minister is trolling America over North Korea. Don’t be surprised by the antics, it’s Russian foreign policy 101

Rex Tillerson is about to be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo. In turn, Senator Tom Cotton would become CIA Director. Isn’t this a bit swampy?

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Food and drink ordering, EU speech on British security and Europe, Britain First and ISIS, British MP says Trump should be arrested!

Don’t take too long to order your food or drink. It annoys everyone

A top EU official just gave an insane speech on Britain and European security. The U.K. must now respond

Britain First have much in common with the Islamic extremists they claim to oppose. Both groups worship totalitarianism

A British member of parliament says Trump should be arrested for his tweets, this morning. It shows the rot of U.K. laws on free speech

Free speech (ignore date tag)

Special Report panel

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Andrew Jackson, Missile range of North Korean ICBM forces, North Korea's latest missile test, Katie Hopkins and free speech, political presuasions, Considering a Windsor Castle wedding

President Trump is receiving criticism for posting a portrait of Andrew Jackson in his office. It’s silly, Jackson doesn’t deserve all the bad press he’s getting.

North Korea can now hit Washington, D.C. - at least, here's why we must assume that

Why North Korea tested another missile and why Trump must get tough on China in response.

If Katie Hopkins wants to speak freely, she should move to the U.S.

Where does the Washington Examiner commentary desk stand? Here are our political views!

3 reasons Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married at Windsor Castle

Monday, November 27, 2017

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Piers Morgan, Egypt chaos

How Piers Morgan copied Donald Trump and found stardom in Britain

Also, I predicted the Egypt chaos back in 2013. Screenshot below is from my opinion piece in August 2013.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Pakistan terrorist, Malia Obama, Egypt attack, Trump thanksgiving, Oxford Circus

The Mumbai terrorist ringleader has been released in Pakistan. Trump should work with India to capture or kill Hafiz Saaed

Malia Obama's scandal isn't much of a scandal

Egypt attack: why Salafi-Jihadists hate their fellow Muslims

In defense of Trump's thanksgiving speech

Oxford Circus false alarm shows why Terrorism is a serious concern

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Russia axis strategy, US Navy crash and training, Rex Tillerson on Rohingya

Russia is trying to steal Syria’s future. Turkey, Iran and Assad are on board for their own reasons. Here’s what’s happening and why the U.S. must pay close attention

A U.S. Navy aircraft crashed in the Sea of Japan, Wednesday. Yet at least 8 of the 11-person manifest survived. Training probably has a lot to do with that positive outcome

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has condemned the Rohingya situation as an example of ethnic cleansing. Here’s why that’s important and what should be done next

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Monday, November 20, 2017

PLO office in Washington, Keystone XL success, Russia and Assad, Merkel's big problem, Elephant hunting alternatives

The Palestinian diplomatic office in Washington has been shuttered by the Trump administration. Here’s why that’s a mistake for American interests

You should celebrate the decision to finally authorize the Keystone XL pipeline. It’s overdue and will bring investment, jobs and lower energy prices to American families

Russia is trying to cover up Assad’s chemical weapons atrocities. We mustn’t let Putin succeed

Chancellor Merkel has a big problem: her coalition negotiations have failed. It might spell the end of the road for the 12-year ruling leader of Germany

Elephants? No, hunt these 5 animals in America. Each is sustainable, tasty and a challenge!

Friday, November 17, 2017

Argentina submarine missing, Turkey S-400 vs. F-35, Kuwait Airlines, North Korean worms

An Argentine submarine is missing in the Atlantic Ocean. The British Royal Navy could play a crucial role in helping to find it

Turkey is trying to buy an advanced Russian air defense system and the F-35 fighter jet. Here’s why Erdogan can’t be allowed to have both

Kuwait Airlines has not faced retaliation for chucking an Israeli passenger off one of its German originating flights. Here’s how Germany and Israel should respond

In another sad tale from the North Korean gulag, a defector has been found to be infested with parasitic worms. He’s not the only one

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Labour Party vs. Royal Mail, Saad Hariri, Cambodia democracy, Alex Salmond, Hague tribunal

A British company just trolled the leader of the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn is a socialist who wants the Royal Mail to be brought under government control. The Royal Mail just explained why capitalism is much better than socialism

Saad Hariri must return to Beirut in order to counterbalance Iranian influence. Here’s how the U.S. and France can support him in rebuilding Lebanese democracy

Cambodia has just banned the main opposition party. It’s time for the U.S. and its allies to sanction the Cambodian government

Meet Putin’s newest gimp, Alex Salmond, former Scottish first minister. Salmond has decided to serve as a propagandist on RT

As the Hague tribunal concludes, remember the special operations forces who brought war criminals to justice

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Zimbabwe coup, Knox College theatrics, Tillerson in Burma, Counter-terrorism medicine, Gordon Brown on Iraq


Cancelling a play, Knox College endorses orientalism. It's a ludicrous situation

Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, was right to rebuke Burma on its treatment of the Rohingya people

How, on March 22nd 2017, British doctors and nurses saved lives following a terrorist attack

Former British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, is rewriting the history of the Iraq war in order to sell his new book. It's a pathetic populist ploy

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Britain warns Russia, Zimbabwe civil war?, US Military in Yemen, Italy World Cup

Britain just delivered a tough but overdue warning to Russia. Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to do more to crackdown on Russian intelligence activities

Zimbabwe seems to be zooming towards civil war. President Mugabe and the head of the military are facing off in an escalating war of words and actions

The US military is supporting the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen. Fortunately, Congress is beginning to scrutinize the military’s involvement in that effort

Italy won’t play at next year’s soccer World Cup. Here’s why that’s a tragedy

Monday, November 13, 2017

Fox News

Middle East conflict? Trump and Putin, School misgendering, Uber politics, Brexit

A near-term Middle East conflict is likely. Here’s why tensions in the region are boiling over and why escalation is probably inevitable

No, President Trump, Russia is neither your friend or partner. The divergences between Putin’s interests and America’s are vast

A school teacher may be fired for “misgendering” a student. But this situation reflects more than political correctness gone mad

Conservatives must pay heed to the war against Uber in Britain. The consequences of this struggle will help shape the future of capitalism versus socialism

The British government has said Parliament will be given a vote but not a veto on Brexit. Here’s why the distinction is important

Friday, November 10, 2017

Trump APEC compelling vision, Brexit vs. EU, Macron on Iran

Trump delivered a compelling vision at APEC, Xi didn't like it

Brexit negotiations are running into rough waters, here's what's going on

French President Emmanuel Macron has signalled a tougher line on Iran. Good



Thursday, November 9, 2017

US Navy and China, Iran's foreign minister twitter troll, Venezuela sanctions, TSA privatization

Be grateful that the US Navy will upset China this weekend. The Navy’s three carrier exercise will counterbalance the Trump-Xi pageantry

Iran’s foreign minister is a Twitter troll. He plays to conspiracies and myths in order to distract from his government’s global aggression

New sanctions on Venezuela are a good thing, but the US is not doing enough to challenge Maduro’s rabbit republic

The TSA should privatize bag screening services to reduce costs and increase efficiency


Wednesday, November 8, 2017

China's pomp and Trump's mission, Larry David and the humorless hordes, Syria's climate change plan, Prince Charles, Operation Torch, Trump on Gillespie, Priti Patel resignation

As he visits China, President Trump must not fall for Xi Jinping’s pomp and pageantry. Trump must remember that he and Xi are men on independent missions

Larry David and Erick Erickson are under attack for offending the social-justice left. We must support the latest targets of the left’s humorless authoritarianism

Syria has signed up to the Paris climate accord and President Assad has outlined a bold plan to reduce his nation’s carbon emissions

We’ve just learned of another error of judgement from Prince Charles. Here’s why the Prince should abdicate when the time comes

75 years ago today, the US launched its first ground offensive against Nazi Germany. Operation Torch was designed to secure North Africa and provide a stepping stone for the compression of Axis forces in Europe

Trump was wrong to criticize Ed Gillespie. The president didn’t need to be rude

A top British government official, has resigned after an anti-Israel witch hunt