A high profile consultant who does crisis management for big corporations and celebrities such as the late Michael Jackson said in a speech hosted by Americans for Tax Reform Wednesday that President Obama’s easy ride from the media will soon be over.
A Brookings Institution expert said that the United States must engage in nation building in Syria immediately or face “ruinous” costs at a speech Wednesday in Washington, D.C.
Louisiana Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal criticized President Obama and called for increased defense spending in a Monday speech at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.
Former Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton will officially endorse one Senate candidate and nine House candidates, all Republicans, on Tuesday and the John Bolton PAC will contribute $50,000 to the candidates, sources inform the Washington Free Beacon.
A well-known pro-Israel group at Augsburg College in Minneapolis has been denied formal recognition by the school’s student government on grounds that it is “unjust” and a “stigma,” a controversial decision that school administrators say they fully support.
Dr. Ben Carson compared the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL or ISIS) to the fight against cancer in a speech delivered on Monday.
As a national security writer for the Washington Times, Rowan Scarborough usually writes about weighty topics such as Islamic extremism and Russian aggression. But in his most recent work, Scarborough takes on dog parks. In a witty novel, he draws from six years of personal experience to satirize fanatical dog lovers and the eccentric communities in which they live.
A wrongful prosecution cost late-Senator Ted Stevens the 2008 election, according to a new book from the Alaska politician’s attorney.
A top former State Department official said at a Foreign Policy Initiative national defense panel Thursday in Washington, D.C., that the United States’ policy on Asia is almost in “free fall.”
Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) lambasted President Barack Obama during a national security speech in Washington, D.C., for drastic military cuts the president has made. Rubio also criticized the president’s Iraq and Syria policy, saying the United States should not rule out ground forces in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS).