Category: Foreign Policy

Obama Conference Call Ignoring Administration's Syria Stagnation

-By Warner Todd Huston President Obama’s reelection team held a conference call recently. The call was meant as an attack on Mitt Romney’s trip abroad, a trip meant to burnish his foreign policy creds. But one thing that team Obama seemed to want to ignore was Obama’s own foreign policy failures in Syria. And so... Read more »

Fox Business Network Video: Henry Kissinger on the Unrest in Syria

-By Warner Todd Huston Things are still bad in Syria (and all across the Middle East, for that matter). Despite Obama’s claims of great Mid East foreign policy successes, there is still uncertainty and unrest there and Obama is failing to do anything about it all. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger appeared on Fox... Read more »

Civil Rights Make no Appearance in Obama NATO Afghanistan Address

-By Warner Todd Huston One of George W. Bush’s real achievements in Afghanistan was his push for civil rights for Afghani women. Real successes were had as girls were at last allowed to go to school and women began to enter the realm of Afghan politics. Bush made equal rights for Afghan women a priority.... Read more »
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Double-0-Useless and Operation Hot Mic

Let me introduce you to the Kremlin’s man in the White House… Hilarious… but oh, so infuriating.

Ill. Reps Roskam/Hultgren Reaffirm U.S. Support for Israel

-By Warner Todd Huston Republican Illinois Congressman Peter Roskam (6th District) and Randy Hultgren (14th District) voted in favor of the US-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act last week. The pair released statements on their votes. Roskam Statement on US-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act WASHINGTON – Congressman Peter Roskam (IL-06), co-chair of the House Republican Israel... Read more »

Video: Bragging Mr. President? Heroes Don't Spike the Football

-By Warner Todd Huston This video perfectly illuminates the unseemliness of Obama’s constant gloating and bragging that he, himself killed Osama bin Laden. This video comes out just in time as members of the SEALs are slamming Obama for bragging so much about bagging binnie. As the caption notes: America knows who deserves the credit... Read more »
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Chairman Manzullo: U.S. Must Proceed Cautiously with Burma to Ensure Political Reforms Continue

From Rep. Don Manzullo (R., 16th District)… [WASHINGTON] – Congressman Don Manzullo (R-IL), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia & the Pacific, today said political reforms implemented in Burma the past year are encouraging, but the United States and its allies must proceed cautiously to ensure the changes continue. Manzullo, who chaired... Read more »

Traitors: American Professors Go to Tehran to Help Mad Mullahs

-By Warner Todd Huston A couple of so-called American professors recently went to Tehran University to help the radical, anti-American, racist, Islamists propagandize about how wonderful the Mad Mullahs think the Occupy Wall Street “movement” here in America is. Wonderful, no? Anti-Americans Alex Vitae, professor at Brooklyn College, Heather Gautney, professor at Fordham University, John... Read more »

Media Matters' Resident Anti-Semite Steps Down

-By Warner Todd Huston MJ Rosenberg, the controversial and virulently anti-Israel Senior Foreign Policy Fellow at Media Matters Action Network, announced in his latest blog posting that he is leaving his $130,000 plus per year job at the organization. In his Friday, April 6, post, Rosenberg said he is leaving Media Matters because his continued... Read more »
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Manzullo: Burma's Release of 600 Political Prisoners 'Encouraging,' More Reforms Needed

From Rep. Don Manzulo (R., 16th District)… [WASHINGTON] – Congressman Don Manzullo (R-IL), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia & the Pacific, issued the following statement today in response to Burma’s release of hundreds of political prisoners. Burma also announced it signed a peace treaty with the Karen National union, the largest... Read more »