foreign policy

House GOP Bill Cuts Foreign, UN Aid

Eric Wasson, The Hill

The bill bans funding for the UN Arms Trade Treaty, which is opposed by the NRA, and limits aid to Egypt. 

Washington Foolishly Tilts Towards War in Syria

In the first in a series of columns on national security and foreign policy, Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, says that at the very moment Washington should be pursuing a policy of peace, policymakers are preparing to join a civil war in which America’s security is not involved, other nations have much more at stake, many of the “good” guys in fact are bad, and there would be no easy exit.

Bolton's Principle-Free Egypt Policy

Jim Meyers and John Bachman, Newsmax

Former U.N. Amb. John Bolton endorses Obama's law breaking by wanting it both ways on aid to Egypt.

America: The Democracy Hypocrites

Patrick J. Buchanan,

“Whether or not our interests have been advanced, our ideals seem to have been wounded.”

MSMedia Ignores Egypt’s Arab Spring

John Hayward, Human Events

The protest against Obama-backed Muslim Brotherhood Egypt regime is one of history's largest.

McCain And Neo-Cons Get Their War In Syria

How do we know the next Syrian government won’t be just as bad or worse than Bashar al-Assad? The answer of course is that we don’t know, and the only way to have any hope of preventing such an outcome will be to engage in a massive “nation building” effort better than the haphazard failures we conducted in Iraq and are now conducting in Afghanistan. It is time for conservatives and libertarians to join forces – and welcome those liberals who have the spine to oppose the President they backed – to demand the U.S. stay out of the Syrian civil war.

Big Difference Between Rubio & Paul

Aaron Blake, The Washington Post

Recent speeches to the same group highlighted a foreign policy gulf existing between the two.