Trump and Putin with a very public handshake at the G20 in Hamburg today
President Donald Trump’s face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin stretched on for hours and was quickly followed by news the U.S. and Russia reached an agreement on a cease fire in Syria.
The closely-watched meeting had only been scheduled to run for 30 minutes. Instead, it ran for two hours and sixteen minutes. Continue reading
President Donald Trump delivered the following remarks to the people of Poland from Warsaw’s Krasiński Square.
We’ve come to your nation to deliver a very important message: America loves Poland, and America loves the Polish people.
The Poles have not only greatly enriched this region, but Polish-Americans have also greatly enriched the United States, and I was truly proud to have their support in the 2016 election.
It is a profound honor to stand in this city, by this monument to the Warsaw Uprising, and to address the Polish nation that so many generations have dreamed of: a Poland that is safe, strong, and free. Continue reading
Editorial: North Korea launched a rocket on America’s Independence Holiday to drive a point as it claimed success in testing it’s first intercontinental ballistic missile.
For all our Libertarian (foreign issues don’t matter) readers this means that radioactive rockets from an insane dictator may soon land on your children. Continue reading
Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) and chairman of the SASC Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support, voted Wednesday to advance the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2018 (FY18). The legislation passed out of SASC by unanimous vote (27–0) and is expected to be considered on the Senate floor in July. Continue reading
Fox News is reporting today that companies bidding on the Border Wall project will construct prototypes for the proposed wall with Mexico later this summer.
Ronald Vitiello, Customs and Border Protection’s acting deputy commissioner, said Tuesday that four to eight companies will get contracts for prototypes in San Diego that could be models for the roughly 2,000-mile border. Companies will have 30 days to complete the models. Continue reading