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.
“Russia didn’t adhere to the treaty, so until they adhere, we will pull out,” President Donald Trump announced this week, confirming that the United States will be leaving the 35-nation Open Skies Treaty because of Russian violations.
On Monday, the Trump administration signed a $354 million contract with an American pharmaceutical company to create the nation’s first strategic stockpile of key ingredients to make vital medications.
Following a White House investigation of the disgraced UN World Health Organization, President Trump threatened to keep American funding frozen or even withdraw from the global outfit altogether.
Mexico’s president wants an apology for, and an investigation into, the Obama adminstrations’s Fast and Furious program, which he says violated his country’s sovereignty and led to the deaths of hundreds of its citizens.
Billions from the retirement savings of U.S. troops are being invested in Chinese firms, including weapons manufacturers for the Chinese military.
Missouri is seeking damages from China for its role in the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused illness, death, and economic devastation in the state.
In a paean to globalism that flew under the radar of most conservative media, a factotum for the Bush Empire has argued for more globalization after the Chinese coronavirus pandemic ends.
American officials confirmed to Fox News that a full probe to determine the link between coronavirus and a Chinese lab is currently underway.
American taxpayers might have subsidized the outbreak of the Chinese virus pandemic with research grants to the lab that officials think loosed the deadly pathogen upon the world.