For 20 years, the United States has engaged in a series of policy failures in space that weakened our presence there and inspired our rivals. We need a total reassessment of U.S. space policy.
No one believes that the Beirut port explosion was a simple accident. Hezbollah was harboring precision-guided missiles there that could wreak havoc on Israel and the region.
By taking over control of Iran’s oil-rich islands, China is effectively removing American military action off-the-table for Iran.
The official narrative about the Beirut explosion simply doesn’t add up. Until independent scientists can collect samples from the site and analyze them fully, the issue will remain unresolved.
Don’t be fooled, Israel may have just blown up a rudimentary Iranian nuke in Beirut Port.
Clearly, the Trump Administration is committed to positioning itself to attack Iran. It looks to be a matter of “when” … More
In my September 22, 2019 op-ed at The American Spectator, I assessed where Iran will inevitably attack and how it might use asymmetrical warfare in an attempt to weaken President Trump’s reelection chances in 2020 (and why all of Iran’s plans are doomed to fail).
In my September 15, 2019 op-ed for The American Spectator, I argue that the United States must spearhead the creation of an Israeli-Saudi Arabian NATO-like alliance to balance against Iran’s growing threat.
Trump is playing a high-risk-high-reward game of geostrategic chicken with Iran. If we wins, he’ll get a real deal with Iran. If not, it’s war.
In my recent op-ed for The American Spectator, I argue that President Trump’s decision not to bomb Iran was the correct one and that the Washington foreign policy elite are wrong to undercut Trump on this issue while at the same time denying critical arms sales to Saudi Arabia.