Saturday, March 31, 2018

Special Report

Friday, March 30, 2018

Hamas and Israel, U.S. vs. Russia in a nuclear war, Trump's Syria withdrawal, ISIS beatles

Hamas is the only victor in the Israel-Palestine border battles. The terrorist group utilizes the suffering of the Palestinian people as a crucial tool of propaganda

Here’s why the U.S. would win a nuclear war. But we should avoid a nuclear war as a top priority

On Syria, Trump should be wary of Obama’s 2011 mistake in Iraq. Then, the president withdrew U.S. forces and ignored the national security ramifications of doing so. If he acts similarly in Syria, Trump may find history records his decision with similar negativity

Trump must get the ISIS beatles to the U.S. now. It’s crazy that they are still in Syria

Thursday, March 29, 2018

CIA Haspel, Putin's expulsion, Raging gamers

Why 3 CIA professionals say they want Gina Haspel to be the next director

Russia’s diplomatic expulsions evidence Putin’s fear. The Russian leader has miscalculated and he knows it. Here’s how we should respond if he keeps escalating

How to deal with raging gamers

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Xi Jinping playing Kim for his own agenda, Arnaud Beltrame, Chris "the gimp" Williamson, Canadian trolling

What Xi Jinping wants from Kim Jong Un and what it means for the U.S. The Chinese and North Korean leaders just concluded a summit in Beijing

Colonel Arnaud Beltrame has reminded France to believe in symbols. The former special forces officer gave his life for his nation during a terrorist attack last week

Meet Chris Williamson, MP, Putin’s purring gimp in the British Parliament. Williamson hates NATO, deterrence but loves appeasing Putin and sucking up to Venezuela’s starvation ruler

A masterclass in trolling. A Canadian chef just gave a textbook example of how to deal with idiotic activists

Monday, March 26, 2018

Jeremy Corbyns antisemitism, Jets for Taiwan, Trump expels Russians

British left wing leader, Jeremy Corbyn, reaps the anti-Semitic whirlwind. The Labour leader is facing a backlash over his endorsement of an anti-Semitic cartoon

Trump should sell F-16V aircraft to Taiwan, not F-35s. To sell the latter would mean risking U.S. technology and jeopardizing future warfighting capabilities

Putin will lash out against Trump’s expulsion of 60 Russian intelligence officers. The Russian leader will seek to restore his hold over the strategic initiative

The McLaughlin Group

Friday, March 23, 2018

Trebes ISIS, John Bolton, China's islands

In Trebes, France, ISIS just proved it remains a major threat. The group’s ability to carry out attacks on western soil has not evaporated along with its declining territorial base

John Bolton’s arrival at the White House means the Iran deal is on life support. Here’s what’s going on behind the scenes in relation to the appointment

The craziness of China’s island claims. The Chinese government says that islands 700 miles away from their territory belong to them. They have no historical links to said islands. Hence why it’s crazy!

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Liberal anti-speech philosophy, Xi and Trump: what happened, LA Mayor 4 President?, Macron and Thatcher's example

Nesrine Malik and the three intellectual foundations of the anti-free speech left. My analysis of the foundation stones upon which anti-free speech sentiment resides

Xi and Trump: what happened to the bromance? Why China and the U.S. are increasingly at odds on a range of issues

Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti has a failed record. Why is he running for president?

Emmanuel Macron should follow Margaret Thatcher’s example and smash the French unions. The president is facing his biggest test yet against the railway unions of his nation

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Brennan and partisanship, protecting England, Racism in Kansas, Louie Gohmert

John Brennan should dismount his partisan war horse. The former CIA director does himself and his former agency a disservice by his comments about Trump

How the U.S. diplomatic security service could help prevent Russian intelligence from messing with England at the soccer world cup

Spirit AeroSystems should fire any employees responsible for the mistreatment of a Muslim employee. We all deserve the right to pursue happiness

Louie Gohmert never gets tired of tasting his own foot. The Texas Congressman just scored another embarrassment with his affection for Putin and disdain for Mueller

Monday, March 19, 2018

ISIS regrouping, Shabak Israel, Free Speech, India health care

ISIS is regrouping in eastern Syria. Here’s what’s happening and how Trump must stop it

Israel’s Shabak security agency is one of the world’s greatest. We’ve just been given another insight into how this blend of MI5, the FBI and the Soviet KGB protects Israeli citizens

The San Francisco Chronicle is leading the way in calls for speech censorship. It’s a pathetic record for a media outlet that presumes to defend liberal values

Why, in India, health care reform is a leading example to the world

Friday, March 16, 2018

Russian expulsions, Blaming Putin Turkey Afrin

If Russia expels British diplomats, the U.S., U.K., France and Germany should expel the Russian ambassadors in their capitals

Why Britain and America have explicitly blamed Putin for the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter

Turkey’s struggles in Afrin are evidence of its military weaknesses. Erdogan is learning that armored formations aren’t worth much without command, intelligence and logistics support

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Russia UK, Warren policies

How Russia spies in the U.K. Here’s a little guide to the activities of the Russian government via its embassy and a secret intelligence headquarters in north London

Elizabeth Warren’s sad resistance to the Dodd-Frank reform package says much about her priorities

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Jeremy Corbyn, Trump solidarity

Jeremy Corbyn just nuked himself over the reaction to Russia’s attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal and his daughter. The left wing political leader threw out Kremlin talking points and not much else.

President Trump should visit London in solidarity with Britain. As it faces down an attempted Russian assassination, the British government needs Trump’s support.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

London Mayor anti-free speech, Gina Haspel, Hopsital ride sharing, media bias on intelligence, Social media vs. African corruption, Trump's gun flop

Reject London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s authoritarian vendetta against online free speech. The mayor is no savior of liberalism

Gina Haspel is a great choice for CIA director. She’s aggressive, intelligent, and respected by her agency

Uber, Lyft and why you can’t rely on ride sharing firms to get your grandfather to hospital on time. A sad tale

A tale of 2 media reports on 2 different intelligence reports. Bias be here!

How social media is helping Africans push back against corruption. The untrammeled flow of information makes censorship and retaliation very difficult

Let’s hope Kim Jong Un doesn’t pay attention to President Trump’s flip flop on gun control. If he does, Trump’s credibility in upcoming negotiations will be at risk

Monday, March 12, 2018

Blaming Russia, Bruno Mars, Corbyn Skripal, UK spending, Trump Skripal

2 reasons Prime Minister Theresa May just blamed Russia for the assassination attempt on Sergei Skripal

Capitalism vindicates Bruno Mars’ cultural appropriation. He is good for society and it shows

Jeremy Corbyn, Britain’s main opposition political leader just proved he’s Russia’s stooge. The far-left politician did so in his pathetic response to a Russian assassination attempt on U.K. soil

Britain has budget problems and needs more money for defense and the health service. Here’s how the government can fix things

Trump must support Britain over the Sergei Skripal hit. Here’s how he can do so