Bolton: Obama’s flawed foreign policy ideology
Obama’s second term, from a foreign policy perspective, really began Sept. 11 in Benghazi. Will conservatives continue their passivity from Obama’s first term, and allow him to proceed unimpeded?
America needs to lead from the front
Former U.S. Ambassador John Bolton writes: “President Obama believes that American strength is provocative, that we are too much in the world, and that a U.S. recessional is necessary and appropriate. This is exactly opposite of what we need.”
No surprise: America under attack again in the Mideast
EXCLUSIVE: Ambassador Bolton calls for a far stronger and more determined defense of American interests and values than what President Obama has provided.
The choice is clear: Romney will keep us safer
Exclusive: From his “blame America first” mentality to his kowtowing to the Russians, President Obama and his foreign policy blunders can’t continue.
On Deck: Why I May Run for President
Obama’s devastating defense cuts have made our national security a sacrificial lamb on the altar of the debt-ceiling deal–if no GOP candidate makes the case for strong national defense, I will!
Obama’s Libya Missteps Imperil NATO’s Future
Initial U.S. hesitancy and Europe’s incompetence complicate the necessary ouster of Qaddafi and undermine forthcoming NATO missions.
WikiLeaks will push the State Department toward more internal circumspection.
Obama’s Global Failure Makes U.S. Much Less Secure
How does the rest of the world read President Obama?
Dick Cheney: HUMAN EVENTS’ Conservative of the Year
EXCLUSIVE: What Cheney is saying on foreign policy and defense makes sense to American citizens growing worried by Obama’s lack of concern.
Time for an Israeli Strike?
Israel’s decision on whether to use military force against Tehran’s nuclear weapons program is more urgent than ever.