Smart defense investments now will pay dividends in the future
Op-ed: With defense budgets declining and America resetting its security strategy, many may think it’s counterintuitive to support new defense and homeland security technologies.
Proper funding key to ensuring first line of missile defense
Russia is demanding the U.S. stop building missile defenses in Europe, just as it simultaneously helps Iran build the very rockets that hold NATO at risk.
The new START treaty has become a proxy for debates on other related issues.
Obama’s Nuclear Cuts Could Prove Dangerous
The new START treaty leaves unsettled the question of the huge Russian advantage in nuclear weapons.
New START Treaty Not a Big Deal
President Bush made more significant cuts in nuclear warheads in 2002 treaty with Russia.
What North Korea Gained
The U.N.’s follow-up to the North Korea situation simply takes us back to square one.
Greenbacks, Gas and Guns
The Great Depression was preceded by a dramatic rise in taxes and spending, which is what Obama’s plan calls for.
Unwilling to Defend America
For a quarter century, Sen. Joe Biden has opposed the strengthening of America’s national security at every turn.
Learning on the Job: Is Obama a ‘Risky Fellow?’
It has become fashionable on the substance of foreign policy to believe that what you don’t know, you can learn.
Obama’s Missile-Sized Conflict
Blaming America first and failing to answer legitimate questions demonstrate Obama’s monumental downfalls in this area.