In the course of fighting a global war against Islamic terrorism, a gross strategic failure has occurred: The United States has not fully prepared itself against a ballistic missile attack.
The political decisions we make here in the U.S. will be much more significant than those made at the U.N.
The United States represents a beacon of hope to a new generation of Chinese who live in a Leninist regime supervising a semi-capitalist society.
Military history shows that the irrational ten percent of the Western mind is a lot scarier in the end than anything Islamic fanaticism has to offer.
I was in Baghdad, staying at the famous al Rashid Hotel. From that hotel, CNN broadcast images of the first Gulf War to the entire world.
The UN has become the repository of all the West’s sappiest illusions of one-worldism.
We see violence, terror and fear nearly every day, thanks to 24-hour news coverage. We see poverty and hunger in too many places around the globe.
The most significant meaning of the 2004 election is that America has renounced the worst lessons of the post-Vietnam era.
Political scientist James Ceaser has pointed out in the Public Interest that these speeches have restored the idea of natural rights
Patton was not merely a great tactician, as Eisenhower seemed to think in deprecating his larger advice about the nature and purpose of World War II.