Category: National Security

Washington Post National Security

Media frenzy re Trump obscures frightening national security implications

The frenzy about Trump’s alleged leaks is hypocritical after the pass given to Hillary and, worse, it obscures truly important national security concerns. How many things are wrong with the progressive left going to Defcon One over the claim made in the Washington Post that “Trump revealed highly classified information

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The fatuous concerns of those 50 GOP “national security experts” challenging Trump *UPDATED*

The Hillary supporters amongst whom I live are thrilled to pieces with the report that 50 GOP “national security experts” have signed a letter calling Trump potentially “the most reckless president in American history.” I certainly understand their concern about putting reckless people in charge of America’s national security. Just

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Mob Illustrated edition post-election counting

The Bookworm Beat 6/11/16 — the “everything is interesting” edition and open thread

Domestic drudgery is over and blogging beings begins. Yay! The establishment is very afraid of Donald Trump.  Thomas Lifson is correct that it is outrageous for U.S. “Intelligence” officials to try to sabotage Trump’s campaign by saying they’re afraid to give him intelligence briefings.  This would be despicable under any

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The Bookworm Beat 3/23/16 — the “catching up” edition and open thread

Bush didn’t, Obama wouldn’t, but the next president should: Call into the Oval Office the leaders of Muslim communities throughout America to say, “Because of the First Amendment, the fact that you and the people in your community practice Islam is irrelevant to us in America. Your faith is your

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