National Security

Aaron Kliegman When Condemning Terrorism Is Just too Much

When Condemning Terrorism Is Just too Much

By Aaron Kliegman | November 24, 2020

Emmanuel Macron is right to be upset — and a bit bewildered. Since the French president took a public stand against Islamic extremism early last month, the Western media has portrayed him as an “Islamophobe.” And for what? In a major speech, Macron announced a plan to end “Islamist separatism,” warning that a minority of France’s roughly 6 million Muslims were forming a “counter-society.”

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Aaron Kliegman Biden Cannot Be Commander in Chief — Disaster Would Follow

Biden Cannot Be Commander in Chief — Disaster Would Follow

By Aaron Kliegman | October 30, 2020

Six years later, it’s still one of the most damning and indelible critiques of a politician you’ll ever see. Writing in his 2014 memoir, Robert Gates, the eminently respected national security professional, said this of Joe Biden: “He has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.” Yikes. That’s an indictment of Biden’s judgment, not just of his record. And when it comes to matters of war and peace, bad judgement can be lethal.

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Abuse of Power Carter Page Newt's World Podcast

A Failed Coup — How The Obama Administration Framed An Innocent American To Oust Trump

By Newt Gingrich | September 13, 2020

Carter Page is an exemplary American citizen. A graduate of the US Naval Academy, Page served in the Navy before becoming a successful businessman. He even served his country clandestinely as a source for America’s intelligence community. But all of that work was not enough to protect Page when he supported Donald Trump for president in 2016. 

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Newt Gingrich Defund vs Defend: The Great Republican Opportunity

Defund vs Defend: The Great Republican Opportunity

By Newt Gingrich | July 14, 2020

A major choice in this year’s election will be between defunding or defending police. Most Americans are worried by the rise in crime and dramatic increase in violence in some of our nation’s cities after Democrat leaders withdrew their police forces in the face of radical, violent leftwing protests. Most Americans believe the vacuum created by defunding the police is going to be filled with predators and dangerous criminals — not with social workers and do-gooders.

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