This is a black-and-white, binary choice: it’s either under American control, or it’s not. And once we let go of it, we are never getting it back.
The divide between the two candidates, their different world views on terrorism, is very clear.
The lesson being taught around the world is that the United States just isn’t pushing back.
For nearly eight years, President Obama’s resolute indifference to Kim Jung-un’s advances demonstrated that nuclear proliferation is just not one of his priorities.
Al-Qaida’s barbaric attacks on the United States 15 years ago caused a profound change in the way most Americans think about terrorism.