A U.S. Hellfire air-to-surface missile that disappeared after being sent to Europe for a NATO training exercise has turned up in Cuba. While no one has been able to determine exactly how this happened, it may have been an inadvertent mistake on the part of freight handlers.
Incredibly, a State Department spokesman recently announced that among the department’s major accomplishments in 2015 was “bringing peace” to war-torn Syria.
When are “boots on the ground” not “boots on the ground”? When they are worn by Special Operations troops, if we are to take President Obama at his word.
In a striking example of cultural imperialism, the Barack Obama administration has spent $700 million promoting homosexuality overseas — and has nothing to show for it except more anti-homosexuality laws and ill will.
The Nigerian Boko Haram terrorist group was responsible for 6,644 deaths in 2014, compared to 6,073 attributed to ISIS, making it the deadliest terrorist group in the world last year. Some claim that Boko Haram’s growing strength is a direct consequence of NATO’s war on Libya.
A report released by Amnesty International says that ISIS has accumulated a large arsenal that includes U.S.-made weapons that the terrorist force has obtained from both the Iraqi army and Syrian rebel groups fighting against Bashar al-Assad.
Contained inside the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement are various provisions that would further erode America’s national sovereignty and independence.
Lost amid the discussion about admitting Syrian refugees to the United States is the factt that only three percent of the Syrian refugees coming here are Christian, though they faced genocide and the Muslim refugees usually didn't.
The Obama administration has demonstrated a clear bias in favor of Muslim refugees over Christian refugees from Syria.
U.S. State Department spokeswoman Danna Van Brand said in a November 6 statement that the United States plans to open a refugee settlement processing center in Erbil, Iraq, before the end of 2015, and will also resume refugee processing in Lebanon in early 2016. The announcement was made just one week before the terrorist attacks in Paris that killed 129 people and wounded more than 350 others.