While the United States and Iran dispute who owns a downed drone over the Strait of Hormuz, more sabre rattling and troubling troop movements threatens stability in the region.
Sgt. Maj. James G. “Ryan” Sartor, a Green Beret who was assigned to the 10th Special Forces Group, was killed in combat in Afghanistan’s Faryab province on July 13.
What do you do when voters’ determinations don’t go your way? If you’re Joe Biden, you claim that democracy (as in representative government) isn’t democracy and promise a global summit to address it while condemning “nationalism” — i.e., the people’s expressed will to oppose globalism.
A majority of America’s military veterans say the costs of the United States’ seemingly endless wars have outweighed their benefits, and the general public agrees with them, according to two new Pew Research Center polls.
Iranian Minister of Cultural and Social Affairs Hossein Nejat warned that Iran can strike American bases in the Middle East and destroy U.S. aircraft carriers.
Having canceled a retaliatory strike against Iran after it shot down a U.S. drone, President Trump has apparently listened again to the neocon laptop bombardiers angling to get the United States into yet another unwinnable war in the Middle East.
“If President Trump decides to go to war with Iran, it will destroy his presidency just as the Iraq War destroyed the presidency of his Republican predecessor George W. Bush.” Perhaps these words from Fox News host Tucker Carlson caused Trump to pull back from a military strike on Iran.
Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov called the U.S. decision to send 1,000 additional troops to the Middle East part of “a conscious course to provoke war.”
VIDEO In this episode, host Alex Newman breaks down the organization consisting of the world’s elites, politicians, as well as corporations who influence foreign and domestic policy in the United States. Newman exposes the origins and agenda of the Council, citing defectors as well as speeches given by members.
The Pentagon and the Department of Justice have issued a statement announcing their intent to send over $2 billion in military aid to Taiwan.
This Memorial Day, as Americans remember those soldiers who have offered the greatest sacrifice in service of their country, one is reminded of the words of Jesus: “Greater love than this no man hath, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” Those soldiers who have died or been wounded — and those who are willing to — deserve the honor and respect of all Americans.