Tag: Foreign Policy

Obama: Who Needs Victory When We Can Negotiate With The TahleeBahn?

-By Warner Todd Huston President Barack Obama came before the American people tonight to unleash his latest campaign speech disguised as a foreign policy address. It was a presentation that even Politico calls “boring and predictable, balanced to please critics,” and one that “did not change the debate about the war.” But, one thing does... Read more »

Hamas Poisons Peace Process

-By Rep. Eric Cantor and Rep. Peter Roskam As the news of Osama bin Laden’s death spread, the free world breathed a deep sigh of relief and praised the United States for its accomplishment. But in the Palestinian territories, such sentiments were not shared. In the eyes of Ismail Haniyeh and the infamous Hamas terrorist... Read more »

Military Action in Libya: Conundrums and Calculations

-By Warner Todd Huston The military action in Libya undertaken by a “coalition of the willing” at the end of last week is, from an American perspective, as vexing as it is elating. On one hand it is good that the US came to the aid of a people yearning to over thrown a murderous... Read more »
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Kinzinger Urges President Obama to Institute No-Fly Zone Over Libya

From the office of Ill. Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger (11th District)… Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Adam Kinzinger (IL-11), a pilot in the Air National Guard with tours in the Middle East, sent a letter to President Obama urging the institution of a no-fly zone over Libya. In

Evangelical Christians and American Jews, Allies or Foes?

-By Warner Todd Huston This is the text of an address I gave to a men’s luncheon in Niles, Illinois on March 3, 2011. Niles and its neighbor Skokie are heavily Jewish areas in the northern suburbs of Chicago. I hope it was fairly well received and that you will similarly find it interesting. We... Read more »

VIDEO: Short Interview With Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum

-By Warner Todd Huston On February 5, 2011, I attended the Illinois GOP Ronald Reagan 100th Birthday Diner and there I had the opportunity to have a quick few minutes with former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum. I asked him about his aspirations for running for president and about the Egypt question. I also... Read more »
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VIDEO: Short Interview With Presidential Candidate John Bolton

-By Warner Todd Huston On February 5, 2011, I attended the Illinois GOP Ronald Reagan 100th Birthday Diner and there I had the opportunity to have a quick few minutes with former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton. I asked him about his aspirations for running for president and about the Egypt question. I... Read more »

VIDEO: Short Interview With Illinois Senator Mark Kirk

-By Warner Todd Huston On February 5, 2011, I attended the Illinois GOP Ronald Reagan 100th Birthday Diner and there I had the opportunity to have a quick few minutes with Illinois Senator Mark Kirk. I asked him about some of the issues of the day, chiefly the Egypt question. I also spoke with a... Read more »

Obama's Disastrous Visit to India

-By Warner Todd Huston President Barack Obama’s now concluding trip to India seems to have turned out to be a failed or at the very least unhelpful effort. His false starts, unhelpful comments and bad policy moves mark this visit as a bit of a mess. Obama made multiple gaffes not only for India but... Read more »
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Obama's Weak Foreign Policy Shows Again

-By Warner Todd Huston Barack Obama once again shows his fecklessness and weakness in foreign policy with a decision by the State Department to allow the Palestinian Mission in Washington D.C. to fly the flag of its non-existent country. Recently the flag of the Palestinian Authority was authorized for display by the State Dept. even... Read more »