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How Trump Can Destroy Kim Jong Un's Nukes Without Blowing Up the World
In the long view of history, North Korea getting a nuclear-tipped intercontinental missile in 2017 is the rough equivalent of an army showing up for World War II riding horses and shooting muskets. Nukes are so last century. War is changing, driven by cyberweapons, artificial intelligence (AI) and r
Trump's Bigger Russia Problem
Donald Trump's stated desire to improve US relations with Russia is understandable; indeed, it is a goal shared by the last several US administrations. But betraying core American values for the sake of short-term gains is not worth the bargain. WASHINGTON, DC - Shortly before taking office, US Pres
Tillerson on Rumors of Haley Being Next Secretary of State: I'm 'Planning to Hang Around'
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson dismissed rumors on Friday that U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley could be the next one to run the State Department. Tillerson was being interviewed by ABC's David Muir, who asked Tillerson about the media reports. "What do you say about those headlin
Should America be the world's cop? What the experts say
Many American presidents have claimed that the United States has a distinct responsibility to fight for freedom across the world. In 2005, President George W. Bush declared, "It is the policy of the United States to seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every natio
New probe says death of Argentine prosecutor a homicide
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) - A team of forensic investigators has given a prosecutor a new report on the death of a prosecutor investigating Argentina's worst terrorist attack. A source says it concludes he was a victim of homicide - and didn't kill himself. The report submitted Friday by a team l
Donald Trump launches yet another war.
With his latest attack on athletes publically (and peacefully) protesting the legacy of racism and violence in this country, Donald Trump is lighting the kindling under another one of his wars . He has a war going to set class against class , olegarch versus peon, rich versus disabled. He has a war
MSNBC Panel Complains That Trump Doesn't Mention Russia When Talking About North Korea
An MSNBC panel on Nicole Wallace's "Deadline" complained that Trump never mentions Russia when talking about the rogue state of North Korea. "One of the actors that are least helpful and least constructive on North Korea and Iran is Russia," Wallace said, noting that Trump did not mention the Eurasi
French President Changes His Mind on Major World Issue That's Sure to Put Smile on Trump's Face
President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron don't see eye-to-eye on much politically. In fact, in May, CNN dubbed Macron the "anti-Donald Trump." During an interview with CNN's Editor-at-Large Chris Cillizza, Melissa Bell, the network's Paris Correspondent said: "Emmanuel Macron repr
Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice: Pulling out of Iran deal would be the 'height of folly'
Susan Rice, the former national security advisor to President Barack Obama, firmly defended the 2015 nuclear accord with Iran on Saturday, saying that pulling out of the deal would be "the height of folly - and incredibly self-destructive." "The deal is strong, it is working, it serves our interest,
White House Weighs Response to North Korea's Threats
WASHINGTON - The war of words between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, North Korea's leader, raised concerns on Friday that it could escalate into a new and more volatile phase as the White House weighed its next steps in response to a threat by Pyongyang to conduct the world's first atmospheric nuc
US Provides Military Assistance to 73 Percent of World's Dictatorships
For decades, the American people have been repeatedly told by their government and corporate-run media that acts of war ordered by their president have been largely motivated by the need to counter acts of aggression or oppression by "evil dictators." We were told we had to invade Iraq because Sadda
Susan Rice Slams UN Speech...Then World Leader Steps In
Advertisement - story continues below Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice may want to rethink her criticism of President Donald Trump's fierce speech at the United Nations General Assembly this week, given we now know at least one world leader agrees with what he said. Following Trump's spee
US businesses could feel the burden of widened sanctions on North Korea
New sanctions unveiled by the Trump administration that are intended to put a greater financial squeeze on North Korea may actually end up ensnaring American investors and companies who have developed joint ventures in China or frequently work with overseas suppliers and factories. President Trump a
CBS Grills Mike Pence on Iran, Defends Obama Nuke Deal
The journalists at CBS This Morning, particularly Charlie Rose, are usually rather soft when it comes to high profile leaders, particularly Democrats. So,it's not surprising that this rule didn't hold for Mike Pence on Thursday. Rose grilled the Vice President on Iran and defended Barack Obama's nuc
Zarif: Iran's message to Pres. Trump
Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK.Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism t
Bolton: Rex Tillerson's State Department Determined to Stay in Iran Nuclear Deal
Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton joined SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam on Friday's Breitbart News Daily to discuss President Trump's address to the United Nations and several key foreign policy areas it covered, including North Korea, the Iran nuclear deal, and the loss of national sovereignty to int
Prospect of Atmospheric Nuclear Test by North Korea Raises Specter of Danger
The United States had tested a weapon mated with a missile only once, in 1962.Credit Universal History Archive/UIG, via Getty Images WASHINGTON - If North Korea follows through on its threat to conduct an atmospheric nuclear test, it would be a far more dangerous step than anything Kim Jong-un, its
Huckabee Blasts Hillary's N. Korea Criticism: You Were Top Diplomat, How'd That Work Out?
Mike Huckabee ripped Hillary Clinton's criticism of President Trump's speech to the United Nations. Huckabee said on FBN that he was "so proud of the president for going to the UN and saying to the faces of these countries what most of us know to be true." During his speech, Trump had strong warning
Russia threatens retaliatory strikes against U.S. troops and their allies in Syria
MOSCOW - Russia on Thursday raised the threat of a direct confrontation with U.S. forces in Syria, saying that it would target areas occupied by American units and U.S.-backed militias if its troops came under fire. The warning was issued amid rising tensions in the Syrian desert between the United
JAMES LANKFORD: Military readiness is necessary to protect our national security
Twenty years ago, our nation faced threats from around the world, unfortunately most of those threats remain and new threats have been added like ISIS, North Korea, Iran and al Qaeda. In the past, our main military concern was a large army or a nuclear attack, now we also face real dangers from smal