The goal of our space programs should be to elevate the United States over our rivals, not to elevate one sex over the other.
“The democratic globalists were, at best, simply wrong about the threat that Iraq posed (and presented incorrect solutions to that reputed threat) or, at worst, they simply lied and exaggerated about the Iraqi nuclear weapons threat in order to implement their absurd theory for turning the Mideast into the Midwest.”
“Ryan Gosling’s comments fall flat in the end. We can never forget how important the national interest is for our space program—or any national program—to succeed. America’s role in space should be celebrated, not diminished. The next wave of human space exploration is waiting to occur. It will only happen if the right incentives are offered and those incentives are the same today as they were in the first Space race.”
“Today’s neocons are nothing more than new age Progressives of the sort that existed in both the Republican and Democratic Parties until the rise of Woodrow Wilson’s presidency.”
Leon Hadar writes in the Spectator, “Globalisation and nationalism are not the equivalent of positive and negative electrical charges – either one of the other – but rather the opposite ends of the spectrum along which we act as circumstances require. We are all Globalnationalists now.”
June 11, 2018 episode of The Laura Ingraham Show in which Patrick J. Buchanan discusses how Trump has fully destroyed the post-Cold War “New World Order.”
Eric Khzmalyan, a Eurasian geopolitical expert, offers his outlook on the future of China’s One Belt, One Road economic policy and its geopolitical underpinnings