Hundreds of potential victims owe their lives to three Americans and a fellow British passenger who risked theirs to save them on an Amsterdam to Paris train last week.
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Tense relations between the White House and Congress aren’t unusual, and certainly not new. Yet over the past month they’ve hit lows not seen since President Clinton’s impeachment trial.
My recent visits to Ukraine, other countries formerly in the Soviet sphere, and their neighbors have convinced me that Kiev presides over a nation in terrible shape, at least compared to its former comrades.
Snake eyes, you die. Seven, eleven, you live. All other rolls of the dice are anybody’s guess.
Imagine a team of doctors removing the largest malignant tumor from a lung cancer patient, leaving in countless smaller ones, and then allowing the patient to smoke 2-3 packs of cigarettes a day. Does anyone think this would cure the problem?
Yet that is basically Barack Obama's approach to "destroy" ISIS.
Without firing a shot, Ecuador's populist President Rafael Correa appears to be waging a stealth war on America.
In one of America’s most shocking wartime decisions, the Commander-in-Chief has knowingly broken the law to release five of our highest-ranking enemies in return for a young soldier who mysteriously vanished from his post days after allegedly writing to his parents, “the horror is that America is disgusting” and mailing home boxes with his books and uniforms.
When I visited Belgium and Spain this spring to speak at a European Parliament joint event on the U.S.-E.U. Free Trade Agreement negotiations, I wasn’t surprised that the crisis in Ukraine dominated nearly every discussion.
Considering Russia’s takeover of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, a strategically vital landmass in the Black Sea and centuries-long home to the Russian Black Sea Fleet, Ancient Greek historian Thucydides would be preaching to the choir in Kiev today.
It was the “F-Bomb” heard ‘round the world.
Though the Iran nuclear accord officially began on January 20th, thus easing economic sanctions and unlocking $7 billion dollars in frozen Iranian assets, even a cursory look at the six-month interim agreement shows that it is already doomed to fail.
Imagine hiring PETA’s director to run the cattle industry. Or the EPA administrator placed in charge of oil and natural gas exploration. Would anybody be surprised when things don't go well?