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  • Jihad’s Beltway Allies - 6/28/2016

    In the final weeks of spring the Islamic State finally seemed to be in serious trouble. Its capital of Raqqa came under simultaneous pressure from forces supported by the Syrian government advancing from Palmyra in the southwest, and from the U.S.-supported (mainly Kurdish) Syrian Democratic Forces to the north.

  • After Brexit, a Trump Path to Victory - 6/28/2016

    In 40 years, the United States have not run a trade surplus. The most self-sufficient republic in all of history now relies for its necessities upon other nations. What might a Trumpian policy of Americanism over globalism entail?

  • Spread Far and Wide - 6/27/2016

    The news was spread far and wide last weekend that George F. Will is no longer registered as a Republican and is now politically “unaffiliated,” owing to the GOP’s acceptance (however grudging) of Donald Trump as its presidential nominee.

  • You Can Go Home Again - 6/27/2016

    I suspect that everyone in this area will remember where he was and who was with when the Cavaliers finally ended a championship drought that seemed poised to last forever, and that everyone who attended the parade will also long remember that amazing day of celebration.

  • Referendum Campaign - 6/24/2016

    “Peers v. People”: the EU referendum campaign appeared as a remake of the great debate a century ago, and like most remakes it was not up to the original.

  • Has Trump Found the Formula? - 6/24/2016

    Stripped of its excesses, Donald Trump's Wednesday speech contains all the ingredients of a campaign that can defeat Hillary Clinton this fall. Indeed, after the speech ended Clinton was suddenly defending the Clinton Foundation against the charge that it is a front for a racket for her family's enrichment.

  • A Powerful Non-Event Concludes - 6/23/2016

    The sit-in is over, the Democrats have left for vacation, my semi-automatic still won't shoot you, and the imitators of Muhammad still want to kill infidels.

  • Trolling for War with Russia - 6/21/2016

    If U.S. bombs and missiles rain down on Damascus, to the cheers of the C-Street Pattons, what do we do if Bashar Assad's allies Iran and Hezbollah retaliate with Benghazi-type attacks on U.S. diplomats across the Middle East?

  • “Hello, Lenin!” Three Components of America’s Misguided Foreign Policy - 6/20/2016

    For those familiar with the operational code of the late Soviet Union, the counterproductive skew of American policy has a familiar ring. The Bolsheviks sacrificed the interests of the Russian people in pursuit of their Marxist-Leninist vision.

  • Is Islamic Terror America's Future? - 6/17/2016

    If the cliches hold—nothing succeeds like success, the past is prologue—this generation will not likely see an end to the jihadist terror that was on display at Pulse in Orlando on Sunday.

  • Does Trump Still Have a Chance? - 6/16/2016

    The neocons are gloating that Donald Trump’s poll numbers have slumped. “Donald Trump is in the midst of a fairly dramatic collapse in public opinion polls,” enthuses Peter Wehner in Commentary.

  • Obama and Islam: The Score - 6/15/2016

    President Barack Obama’s tirade on June 14 was filled with angry passion. His rhetoric was not directed against the perpetrator of the Orlando attack and his ilk, however, but against the (unnamed) GOP nominee and others who do not subscribe to Obama’s fundamental views on the nature of Islam and his “strategy” of confronting the threat.

  • Islam & the West: Irreconcilable Conflict? - 6/14/2016

    Omar Mateen will not lack for emulators. While we see him as a sick and crazed mass murderer, some will see him, as he surely saw himself, as a warrior for Islam and Muslim martyr who earned paradise.

  • Orlando's Instant Hate - 6/13/2016

    Orlando's Little Sodom was shot up early Sunday morning by a Muslim who thought that pleasing Allah by murdering homosexuals was more important than being a husband, father, or living person.

  • “Homegrown Violent Extremists” - 6/13/2016

    Omar Mateen, a U.S. citizen and the son of Muslim immigrants, was investigated by the FBI twice for connections to Islamic radicals. Twice they dropped the investigation. He killed 49 and injured at least 50 others in Orlando in June 2016.