A look back at 2015. National Security August 24, 2015 Discussing the threat posed by the Islamic State well before the recent attacks in Paris and San Bernardino: “There is scholarly debate about whether IS has adopted al Qaeda’s emphasis on attacking the far enemy, with the Charlie Hebdo attacks signaling a turn in this direction. But even if IS has ...
Ours has suddenly ended. But we have been reminded that Golden Retrievers make the world a better place. Rescue one, and you can too.
Ask yourself which candidates have credible plans for repairing both components of the American Dream – generational justice and economic opportunity. Support those that do.
There are gaping holes in the Administration’s counter-terrorism strategy and its plan for defeating the Islamic State.
It was worth a few sneezes to be reminded of the strengths and weaknesses of our democracy and the lessons of history, many of which are particularly relevant today.
We should be taking refugees rather than giving into fear and xenophobia.
If we really want to support France, the U.S. should lead the development and execution of a long-term, comprehensive, and multi-lateral strategy for defeating fanatical Islamic terror using all elements of hard and soft power.
If you believe you are living the American Dream, then write with your story.