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.
A very interesting fact emerged: of the 19 suicide terrorists on September 11, 15 were subjects of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The majority of the American media who were in a position to comment upon the progress of the war in the early going, and even after that, got it wrong.
The voice of New Americans who reject political correctness and the cult of multiculturalism has been sorely missing from the debate on immigration policy.
We live in a totally new world. We live in a unipolar world of a sort that has not existed in at least 1500 years.
“In order to be considered truly free, countries must also have a deep love of liberty and an abiding respect for the rule of law.”
A President who is not focused on foreign policy and national security is not doing his job as commander-in-chief of the armed forces.
We all want to be free—politically and spiritually. The cause of a free Tibet, therefore, is the cause of all people.