The Field Where Liberty Was Sown

Mark Steyn Steyn Online 6/15/2015

The most important anniversary this year falls on Monday June 15th, marking the day, eight centuries ago, when a king found himself in a muddy field on the River Thames near Windsor Castle with the great foundational document of modern liberty under his nose and awaiting his seal. Here’s what […]

Clinton Foundation Donors Got Weapons Deals From Hillary Clinton’s State Department

David Sirota International Business Times 5/26/2015

Even by the standards of arms deals between the United States and Saudi Arabia, this one was enormous. A consortium of American defense contractors led by Boeing would deliver $29 billion worth of advanced fighter jets to the United States’ oil-rich ally in the Middle East.

Israeli officials were […]

Obama Complains to UN About America’s ‘Human Rights’ Violations

Joel B. Pollak National Security 11 May 2015

The Obama administration has, once again, complained to the United Nations about alleged American human rights violations–and boasted about liberal policies like Obamacare as the solution.

The State Department report, released Monday as part of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council, […]

Egypt Fights ISIS—Obama Cuts Off Egypt

With Egypt in distress, the Obama administration’s behavior is strange.

P. David Hornik PJ Media 3/18/2015

Again, those disturbing questions about whose side the president is on…

…It was Sisi who, when recently addressing an audience of Sunni clerics at Egypt’s Al-Azhar University, called for  a more moderate Islam that would not “want to kill […]

Cuban Dissidents Still Behind Bars Despite U.S. Deal

Castro regime has not released some political prisoners, recently detained others

Daniel Wiser The Washington Free Beacon 1/5/2014

The status of 53 political prisoners in Cuba remains in limbo despite an agreement with the United States to release them, according to reports.

President Barack Obama announced last month that he was easing travel and commercial […]

Senate Foreign Relations Chairman kept in the dark on Cuba negotiations

Megan R. Wilson The Hill 1/4/2015

Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), the outgoing head of the Senate’s foreign relations committee, on Sunday blasted the Obama administration’s decision to normalize relations with Cuba and said it would be “difficult” to confirm an ambassador…

…Menendez says he knew nothing about the talks, which reportedly took place for a […]