Congress passed a groundbreaking law in 2008 that prohibits the U.S. from giving several forms of military assistance to governments using child soldiers.
Under international law, deliberate targeting of civilian infrastructure is a war crime.
ISIL clearly represents a greater threat to the stability of the Middle East than Saddam ever did.
A negotiated agreement would put in place strict monitoring and verification measures that require unfettered access to Iran’s nuclear facilities.
The United States only fights the small kids on the playground of international politics, like a crippled Iraq in 2003, ISIL, and Khorasan.
Both Reagan and GHW Bush moved past Congressional refusal to enact immigration reform.
America’s founding ideology can be a guide for Kurdistan as she seeks peace, prosperity, and, if warranted, even independence.
The strikes on ISIS have a high potential to be helpful in the fight for stability in Syria, but they can also be extremely damaging.
Obama spoke with resolve and passion about what America must do.
The United States exported less to India last year than to tiny Singapore.