As the war of words between the Trump administration and the Iranian regime escalates, the prospect of a full-blown military operation for “regime change” against Tehran by neoconservatives in the White House is growing too. Already, reports suggest the U.S. government is working to destabilize Iran. In place of the “revolutionary” Islamist dictatorship currently in place, neocons advising the president are hoping to install in power an Obama-backed Islamo-Marxist cult that was on the U.S. terror list for some 20 years and has had a number of people close to Trump on its payroll — literally — since before coming off that list under Obama. The war drums are being banged by the very same individuals and groups responsible for the Iraq war and other disasters of epic proportions — the very people Trump campaigned against and crushed in the 2016 election. As of now, administration officials are saying “all options,” presumably including war, “are on the table.”
President Trump wants to continue building a friendship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and in what appeared to be a surprise to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, he invited Putin to meet in Washington.
It may seem like just a "game" to the Democrats, their allies in the media, and even far too many Republicans, but their scoring political points by pushing a military confrontation with the Russians is a far too dangerous game to play.
While Trump's actions in attempting to rein in the WTO are good, the best course of action is to end American membership in the organization.
During Tucker Carlson interview, President Trump questions going to the defense of NATO countries, such as Montenegro.
President Trump's plan for conventional arms transfer calls for rapid expansion of the American military-industrial complex.
Trump's efforts at improving relations with Russia get him called a traitor — by a man who voted for the Kremlin's candidate for president in 1976.
The cyberattacks faced by America today are frightening and potentially as dangerous as any real attack might be. And these attacks are occuring daily, according to National Intelligence Director Dan Coats.
Despite the anger caused by Trump's demands that Mexico pay for a border wall, there is hope that Mexico might be ready to help curtail emigration from south of the border into the United States.