Donald Trump

THE TRUMP DOCTRINE AND THE GENERALS

Vassar Bushmills Apparently almost every president had a foreign policy doctrine. One even got it’s own teaching bloc in public schools, at least until the 1980s. It was called the Monroe Doctrine, which stated that the US would use force to repel foreign (mostly European) incursions into the western hemisphere. [Read More]

Culture

Mattis Knows

By: Mike McDaniel    If there was ever an example of how utterly and deeply the media fail to understand our military and the Americans that willingly join it, I’m not sure what it might be. The Free Beacon explains: “Secretary of Defense James Mattis received media criticism this week after [Read More]

Politics

North Korea: Real Rhetoric

Pundits willing to be remotely honest have credited President Trump’s rhetoric with causing the North Korean Regime to back down from its threat to fire multiple missiles at Guam. Mr. Trump certainly deserves substantial praise for actually sounding like an American president in commanding the most powerful military the world [Read More]

Guns & 2nd Amendment

Keeping The Barbarians Up At Night

This is a story that provides a clue to why we will ultimately prevail over the barbarians that wish to drive civilization back to the dark ages. It’s about determination and skill, but more than anything, it tells the thinking person that all cultures are not, for a moment, equivalent. [Read More]

Guns & 2nd Amendment

Guns: Securing The Right To Self-Defense And Life, Part 7

By: Mike McDaniel    If you’ve already read the first six articles in this series you have at least a basic background in the philosophical, theological and political implications of weapon ownership and use.  This article–and the next two–concern practical, moral and legal issues, as well as exploring some of the primary [Read More]