Just days after President Trump agreed to remove American forces from the scene, Turkish forces are entering northern Syria and Kurdish forces say they ar ready for war.
President Trump’s latest Syria move is coming under heavy criticism even from fellow Republicans.
The United States is withdrawing its small force from Northern Syria, clearing the way for a Turkish invasion that will likely
aim to wipeout the Kurdish forces in the region.
America’s Newspaper of Record has decided the backlash isn’t worth it.
Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is the latest Democrat to throw their hat into the Presidential ring.
The Trump administration’s approach to immigrant children is a serious test of our national morality.
A legal victory, at least for now, for opponents of Donald Trump’s ban on immigration from seven majority Muslim nations.
The first day of implementation of President Trump’s order barring immigration from certain Muslim nations did not go smoothly for the Administration.
Political change coming to Germany? Or more of the same.
A report over the weekend raises questions about whether or not Donald Trump is changing positions on a central tenet of his campaign.
Donald Trump started out his campaign by telling us that the American dream is dead, and he returned to those dark and pessimistic themes in his acceptance speech last night.00
Britons will go to the polls in June to decide the future of their country’s relationship with the rest of Europe.
With less than three weeks to go before voting starts, the Republican candidates for President clashed in their most contentious debate so far.
A five minute segment on the O’Reilly Factor clearly underscores how intertwined he is in secular politics.
Hillary Clinton’s recently announced policies toward the ISIS fight are as incoherent and misguided as President Obama’s and those of her Republican opponents.
A new poll taken in the wake of the Paris attacks finds Americans increasingly fearful of ISIS attacks in the U.S., opposed to the admission of Syrian refugees, and not very confident in President Obama’s ability to deal with the ISIS threat.
Democrat John Bel Edwards scored an easy victory over Senator David Vitter last night in Louisiana, and Vitter announced that he’d be leaving the Senate after his term is up.
Even as the focus of the Presidential race shifts to national security, Donald Trump continues to lead the race.
It’s Election Day in Louisiana again, and voters have the same crappy choices they usually end up with.
With little actual debate and despite Paul Ryan’s promise of a return to ‘regular order,’ the House has passed a hastily drafted bill in response to the largely fear-based response to Syrian refugees in the wake of the Paris attacks.
A collection of material that tries to separate the facts of the U.S. Syrian refugee screen process from the fear, myth, paranoia, and xenophobia.
Remarks by a Democratic politician in Virginia regarding the Administration’s Syrian refugee program have brought up disturbing reminders of a shameful time in American history.
Not surprisingly, a new poll shows that most Americans are at the very least skeptical about the Administration’s plans regarding Syrian refugees.
Syrian refugees have quickly become political footballs in the United States in the wake of the Paris attacks, and it’s become an exceedingly shameful display of pandering and fearmongering by a group of largely Republican politicians.
The initial responses of the Republican candidates for President to the attacks in Paris are about what you’d expect, but it’s far too early to tell what impact the events of the weekend will have on the race for President here in the United States.
The news that at least some of the men who were involved in the terrorist attacks in Paris were among the refugees who have arrived in Europe since the summer is likely to complicate an already complicated situation.
A political earthquake north of the border.
Hillary Clinton has started to distance herself from President Obama on some issues. It’s an understandable strategy, but it carries many risks.
The U.S. is set to ramp up its contribution to dealing with the Syrian refugee crisis, but there’s a lot more we can do.
Turkey’s governing party suffered big setbacks at the ballot box yesterday.
The U.S. is now confirming that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons. What’s next?