At the vice-presidential debates, both candidates committed their tickets to using the U.S. military to "protect" the world.
One hundred sixty-four retired generals and admirals have endorsed Trump over Clinton, challenging the views of the globalist Republicans who have condemned Trump.
In what is likely his final address to the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama declared that in order to “to carry this progress forward,” he is “convinced that in the long run, giving up some freedom of action … binding ourselves to international rules over the long term — enhances our security.”
Perhaps in an effort to help balance out all the unconstitutional foreign aid showered on hostile regimes and anti-Israel United Nations bureaucracies, the Obama administration just signed an agreement purporting to commit American taxpayers to the largest military aid package in U.S. history.
Further evidence of America’s failed foreign policy is highlighted in a new report by the "Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction" (SIGAR). The report indicates that the U.S. government’s failure to identify and combat corruption allowed American aid to fuel the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan. The report contends that the corruption ultimately resulted in widespread disenchantment amongst the Afghani people and increased support for the insurgents’ cause, thereby undermining the very goals the United States hoped to achieve when it first launched the invasion in 2001.
The U.S.-Russian-brokered cease-fire agreement between the opposing forces in the Syrian civil war began on September 12, and after the first day, calm prevailed across the embattled nation.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte made a statement on September 12 calling for the United States to withdraw U.S. Special Forces from Mindanao and other islands in his country’s southern region.
The USS Firebolt, a 174-foot-long coastal patrol boat based at NSA in Manama, Bahrain, became involved in an encounter with seven Iranian Republican Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) fast-attack boats (FIACs) in international waters in the Persian Gulf on September 4.
Hundreds of American and British prisoners of war held captive by North Korea at the time of the Korean Armistice Agreement in 1953 that ended hostilities were never released and likely suffered years of inhumane treatment in POW camps.
The Obama administration denies they paid money to Iran in exchange for hostages. In typical doublespeak, they argue they obtained hostages in exchange for money, and it really wasn't ransom.