Based on how Congress voted, it would be easy to assume there are no longer any problems in America. That is because just two members of Congress, both conservative Republicans, voted to put “America First” and defy the bipartisan establishment by voting against a warmongering resolution targeting Iran. Among other concerns, critics said House Resolution 676, which purports to be about “supporting the rights of the people of Iran to free expression,” legitimizes the United Nations and inches the U.S. government closer to another disastrous Middle East war.
President Trump complained in a recent tweet that the United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years with no return.
It is being reported that the Trump administration is giving its blessing to a plan by Israel to kill a top Iranian general.
Following an overwhelming vote against America in the kleptocrat-controlled United Nations General Assembly, the Trump administration helped negotiate a $285 million reduction in the UN's budget for the upcoming two-year period. That is a 5 percent decrease from the 2016-2017 budget, far less than the 50 percent reduction originally sought by Trump early in his administration. The move, touted as a “big step in the right direction” by Trump's UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley, was praised by supporters of the president, Republican lawmakers, and critics of the widely ridiculed “dictators club” from across the political spectrum. However, more than a few voices said that much more needs to be done to neutralize the threat posed by the UN to freedom, self-government, and the United States in particular.
A missile fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen at the Saudi Arabian capital, Riyadh, was shot down by Saudi Arabia’s military with U.S.-supplied missiles on December 29.
The UN is not only infringing upon the national sovereignty of Israel — now it is attacking the sovereignty of America.
Kenneth I. Juster, a “convergence” promoter from the Wall Street insider firm Warburg Pincus, is likely to push more dangerous policies and outsourcing to India, China.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called President Trump on December 17 to thank him for the advance intelligence information that the CIA provided to Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) — information that reportedly helped thwart a major terror plot in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Lindsey Graham said there’s a 30 percent chance the United States will take military action against North Korea if Pyongyang conducts another long-range missile test.
The State Department gave a globalist think tank nearly $1 million to help opposition parties oust Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
President Trump's decision to move our embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, which Israel considers its capital, is a sign that he respects the sovereignty of other nations.