Is a New U.S. Mideast War Inevitable?

July 19, 2019 Staff 1

By Patrick J. Buchanan In October 1950, as U.S. forces were reeling from hordes of Chinese troops who had intervened massively in the Korean War, a 5,000-man Turkish brigade arrived to halt an onslaught by […]

U.S., Taliban Begin Peace Negotiations

January 25, 2019 Staff 0

After Syria, President Trump looks to exact even more peace in the Middle East as evidenced by U.S. talks with Taliban officials to “complete the Afghanistan reconciliation process.” We would do well to remember the […]

U.S. Locked Into Endless Cycle of War

January 17, 2019 Staff 1

Given the fact that Washington spends more on its military than the next 10 countries combined, says Phil Giraldi, the notion that U.S. isn’t spending enough on weapons is absurd. At what point will America […]

Why Are We Siding With al Qaeda?

September 14, 2018 Staff 2

We’re siding with al Qaeda, who attacked us, to “regime-change” Iran, who didn’t attack us. Ron Paul points out this entire strategy makes no sense. By Dr. Ron Paul In my last column, I urged […]

Too Many Wars. Too Many Enemies.

January 30, 2018 Staff 1

NATO is staring down “the worst crisis in its history,” says Pat Buchanan, and the U.S. decision on whether to stand with the Kurds against Turkish aggression or abandon the Kurds will determine if NATO […]

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