President Donald Trump’s move to disengage American troops from Northern Syria met with near-universal condemnation, including from Kurdish allies in the path of a potential Turkish invasion who feel his decision would betray them after years of fighting I.S.I.S. terrorists as a U.S. partner. Did the Commander in Chief just jeopardize U.S. interests elsewhere, or does moral leadership sometimes demand abandoning longstanding allies?
U.S.-led military coalition, with help from Iraqi Counter-Terrorism forces, carpet bombs what may be the last major concentration of ISIS fighters — the previously-dominant “Islamic State,” reduced to a desperate remnant, hiding on an island in the middle of a river. In seconds the ISIS refuge became an island of fire.
If the federal government can’t even manage its own budget, shutting down National Parks in the process, why not return the National Parks to the states, or local authorities, or even private businesses? Bill Whittle’s reaction to the idea may surprise you.
President Trump gave his best pitch for his number one campaign promise LIVE from the Oval Office to a national audience this week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer were unmoved. Can Trump get what he wants with Democrats in charge of the House? Can his supporters get what they want […]
If the country is in danger, the U.S. president has authority to defend her using the U.S. military. Is that the situation on the souther border now? Can President Trump essentially bypass Democrats in Congress in defense of the nation? Join the people who make this show. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register