Despite regularly ridiculing the United Nations and repeatedly proposing a scaled-back U.S. role in it, President Donald Trump struck a very different tone this week, calling for empowering the controversial UN dictators club to somehow “solve” the North Korea issue, Syria, and other problems. Speaking at a meeting of UN Security Council diplomats convened at the White House on Monday, Trump demanded that the UN be ready to impose new sanctions if Communist Chinese-backed North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un does not cooperate. Ironically, the dictatorship in Beijing — North Korea's strongest ally — holds a veto-wielding seat on the UN Security Council. But Trump indicated he wants that same global body to wield even more power.
Are the BART train attackers just children with immature brains who are not wholly responsible for their actions? Do leftists believe people under 25 are ill-equipped to vote? The answers to both these questions should be yes, given a new campaign in which liberals want young adults treated as children.
U.S. Navy ships are conducting simultaneous naval exercises with ships from the Republic of Korea and Japan on April 25 and 26.
The attacks on Southern heritage are laying the groundwork for a larger assault upon all of America's national heritage.
As Representative Richard Hudson's Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 gains momentum in the House, it is gaining opposition from gun-control zealots and even constitutionalists.
Examples of fake news — which encompass outright fabrications as well as gross distortions and censorship of real news — have become so egregious and commonplace that it is impossible to list them all. This short article cites but a fraction of the fake news proliferation.
The national chairman of the Democratic Party has made it clear: If you are going to be a Democrat candidate for public office, you had better be pro-abortion.