In my estimation, the costs of invading Iran presently outweigh any benefits. Trump should rein in Bolton and the others in his administration until a better strategy can be crafted.
“Fact is, since the original National Security Act of 1947 was passed, the world—and the requirements for national security—have changed immeasurably. Meanwhile, our most important institutions for national defense have only gotten larger (but not necessarily better at defending the country). They’ve become pigs—led by bureaucratic sheep—in a world of wolves. And pigs get slaughtered.”
An analysis of Mike Cernovich’s latest “scoop” and a systematic debunking of them.
Accusations of Russian hacking of the U.S. elections, claims of strange Trump ties with Putin, the recent resignation of National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, and the presence of a Russian spy ship off of the east coast all indicate that Vladimir Putin is waging a concerted attack on America. However, I believe that these may be unrelated. I believe that he’s just trolling America. Read on to find out how and why
In this article I assess where the intelligence community and the Trump Administration’s relationship is headed in the wake of news that the intel community is withholding intelligence from Trump and that the Trump Administration is supposedly suspicious of the intelligence community.
Russia expert Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz writes on where he thinks President Trump’s Russian policy is going in the wake of retired U.S. Army General Michael Flynn’s resignation as the National Security Adviser. Read on for more
The Obama Administration’s nuclear agreement with Iran has been a total and utter failure. Rather than deterring Iran from further aggression with the West and its allies, it has induced Iran toward greater aggression. This article is my attempt to advocate for sterner measures for the Trump Administration to take in resisting Iranian aggression