Category Archives: Foreign Polocies

Opting Out of Enduring Freedom


Alexander’s Essay – June 23, 2011 Political Expediency vs. National Security “[I]t is a common observation here that our cause is the cause of all mankind, and that we are fighting for their liberty in defending our own.” –Benjamin Franklin … Continue reading

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The Next Huge Oil Strike


Oil prices are now hovering near $100, now that the world seems relatively stable: Egypt and Libya are out of the news, Osama bin Laden is dead, and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will not be chairing the next OPEC meeting. … Continue reading

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Restoring Courage / Stand With Israel


    Last summer we set out to Restore Honor in Washington, DC. This summer it is time to Restore Courage. Taking a stand is not always easy, but now more than ever it is imperative that we live with conviction … Continue reading

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Congress Takes a Stand Against the EU


Congress did something important yesterday: It took a stand on behalf of American security, and it did so at the risk of angering our European allies. That took some guts, but it was the right thing to do. The European … Continue reading

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Our Real & True Global Adversaries


Upright “No matter how often our leaders insist the enemy is al Qaeda and its destruction is our goal, the reality is different. We confront a larger array of adversaries who share such terrorists’ goals — the imposition worldwide of … Continue reading

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