In its latest move on Venezuela, the administration has offered what appears to blanket immunity to the Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro. It appears that Maduro “will not be indicted,” and that he will be “left alone.”
Bill Bennett, former Secretary of Education under President Reagan, once said that “the world once in a while needs a policeman.” Today, with the resurgent nationalism under president Trump, many in the Conservative base do […]
A few days ago, I interviewed Juan Guaido from Caracas, Venezuela. Guido, as you know by now, is the interim President of Venezuela; recognized as such by over 50 nations including the U.S. It aired […]
A few hours ago, we learned from Secretary Mike Pompeo that Russia stopped Nicolas Maduro from fleeing to Cuba even though his plane was ready to take off.
Today Juan Guaido, the leader of the democracy movement in Venezuela, together with an undetermined number of the Venezuelan military took the first steps toward a coup d’etat. Beamed from Venezuela was a photograph of […]
Just like Reagan in ’83, some times a president has to do what he’s got to do, come hell or high water.
In his article posted on FoxNews.com, John Stossel offers a devastating critique of socialism, not based on ideological prejudice but on hard truths that many fans of socialism, like AOC and Sanders, fail or simply refuse to see.
Rebecca Hagelin writes that “The demands for socialism by today’s Democratic Party threaten America’s prosperity, our future and the spirits of our people.”