NATO, UN, EU: Too Big To Fail or Too Big To Float?

Article 5 of the NATO Treaty is critical for its survival. It declares that all member nations are bound by treaty to defend all other members. It proclaims that an attack on one member is an attack on all. The deterrent effect of Article 5 has worked really well. It has protected members from attacks… Continue reading NATO, UN, EU: Too Big To Fail or Too Big To Float?

How the Intelligence Community Double-Crossed America

The sole, intended purpose of American intelligence agencies is to inform the country’s elected leadership about what’s really going on. They are there to help Congress and the President execute their responsibilities with maximum knowledge and effectiveness. Sadly, these intelligence agencies have become something very different and much more threatening to the people, to the… Continue reading How the Intelligence Community Double-Crossed America

For Some People, the Constitution Needs a Warning Label

It’s been said that there’s sanctuary in the voting booth. It’s true. The right to vote is precious. It’s the most basic guarantor of our freedoms. Sadly, as usual, Democrats and their leftist rooting section misunderstand and misconstrue the obvious. They take that preciousness to mean that we must provide the opportunity for everyone, even… Continue reading For Some People, the Constitution Needs a Warning Label

Angry Students Are Just the Latest Useful Tools for the Army of the Left

Since a young man named Franklin was cranking a printing press, Americans have believed in the supremacy of the individual over the elites and the masses. And more freedom from government has always been key to this ideal. Young Franklin’s world was a distant outpost from the King of England and his minions. The sheer… Continue reading Angry Students Are Just the Latest Useful Tools for the Army of the Left

Is Populism Changing World History?

Is Populism the new Liberty? The allure and promotion of centralized authority has brought us a proliferation of international governing bodies. Within nations, it has forced power and control upward, toward a small clique of know-it-alls. More and more, individuals and nations are realizing the threat posed by a loss of control over their own… Continue reading Is Populism Changing World History?