Sunday, April 19th marks the 16th anniversary of the training accident that sparked our Navy’s worst defeat since Pearl Harbor.Soaring over the eastern tip of Vieques Island,...
“I think I would have closed Guantanamo on the first day.” Who uttered those words this week? It wasn’t a liberal blogger or a radio talk show host.
Considering the Cuban regime is a “State Sponsor of Terror,” if Mr. Obama signs Gitmo away the base could conceivably fall into terrorist hands.
While 40 world leaders marched in Paris to show solidarity against terrorist attacks, President Obama not only skipped the event, he remains determined to free as many Al...
While Venezuela sinks, Ecuador is quietly rising to lead the charge against U.S. interests in Latin America.
Sen. John McCain’s labeling of the Pentagon’s press secretary, Rear Adm. John Kirby, as an “idiot” ought to spark a long overdue debate on the role of military officers serving...
Once a relatively safe country, Mexico has been overrun by half-a-dozen powerful cartels which have battled each other and government forces within the past decade.
After Saturday’s shocking prisoner swap for Bowe Bergdahl, President Obama is now trying to convince Americans that this is all good news for our country.
President Obama needs to refocus his priorities. There must be less time, effort and energy caring for Al Qaeda and Taliban detainees at Gitmo and much more attention put on...
Dig a little deeper into who has been driving the anti-Gitmo disinformation campaign these past 12 years, and you will discover an international, fervently anti-American,...