Biden claims his experience in foreign policy is an asset. In reality, it may be one of Biden’s biggest weaknesses. Anecdotes of tough talking dictators and becoming friends with democratic leaders sound nice, but when they’re proven to be ineffective, they’re just empty stories. Combine that with plain old bad decision making, and you get someone who absolutely should not be commander in chief.Click Here to Continue
For most presidential candidates, an extensive foreign policy background would be a boon to their campaign. In the case of Joe Biden, however, a long record is not necessarily a good one.
Instead of learning from past policy failures, he seems intent on denying they ever happened.Click Here to Continue
If the voices that so readily condemn Israel truly want peace, maybe they should hold the Palestinians accountable every once in a while. After all, if the Palestinians are looking for anyone to blame for their plight, they should look in the mirror first.Click Here to Continue
If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that press reports based on anonymous sources leaking sensitive information should be taken seriously but viewed skeptically. Sadly, we’ve seen too many examples of such stories being factually inaccurate and of experts, journalists, and politicians weaponizing the press to achieve political ends — namely, to hurt President Trump politically.Click Here to Continue
Foreign policy usually comes down to a choice between bad and worse — or, at least bad and less bad, for those optimists out there. I know, it’s not exactly inspiring — but it’s the truth. The lesser evil may cause contention, even conflict, but ultimately it will be less destructive than the alternative. Such is the case with America’s effort to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.Click Here to Continue
Anti-Israel activists are blaming the Jewish state for George Floyd’s death, invoking antisemitic conspiracy theories to make their cases.Click Here to Continue