That’s the New York Times headline this morning. It was always likelier that we were heading to a negotiation with the North rather than military conflict, despite the “who has a bigger button” bluster. The North’s strategy is to make nuclear gains and then come back to the West for another round of economic concessions. Resisting going down this well-worn path will be easier said than done, especially given that the Trump administration hasn’t truly forged a strategic departure from the approach of past administrations of both parties.
Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Extensive Foreign Business Dealings — and Obama Officials’ Efforts to Distance From Him
Senate Republicans released a report Wednesday detailing the extensive business dealings that Hunter Biden pursued with politically-connected foreign nationals while his father Joe Biden was serving as vice president. The 87-page interim report comes amid a months-long probe in which members of the Senate ... Read More
While she hasn't explicitly challenged the precedent established by Roe v. Wade in her capacity as a judge, Amy Coney Barrett — pegged by some as the odds-on favorite to be President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee — has more than demonstrated her commitment to life in the way that she's formed her ... Read More