Bolton: ‘This Was the Best Speech of the Trump Presidency’


I think these are about as clear an indication a president can make that he is not going to live with the kind of half-measures and compromises that frankly for 25 years, have marked American policy and led us to the present desperate situation where both of these countries [Iran and North Korea] are on the verge of getting deliverable nuclear weapons.

Bolton on North Korea: We’re at a very perilous point


Listen to the way that North Korea talks. They don’t have the capability to hit us yet, but when they do, maybe they will act that way. I think we are at a very perilous point.

Iran deal devotees try in vain to save a sinking ship


A deliverable nuclear-weapons capability in the hands of Tehran’s ayatollahs and the Revolutionary Guards, religious extremists supported by a fascist military, could make another 9/11 far deadlier than the first. This is not the time to light candles to Obama’s Iran nuclear deal, but to snuff them out.

16 years later: Lessons put into practice?


The radical Islamicist ideology manifested that day has neither receded nor “moderated” as many naive Westerners predicted. Neither has the ideology’s hatred for America or its inclination to conduct terrorist attacks. Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution brought radical Islam to the contemporary world’s attention, and it is no less malevolent today than when it seized our Tehran embassy, holding U.S. diplomats hostage for 444 days.

What ‘News Gathering’ Looks Like at the New York Times


Allegations of leftist bias in the media are often difficult to prove because of the lack of hard evidence that a reporter has already made up his or her mind before a story runs. One can examine the resulting story itself, but having clear indications of bias in the reporter is obviously more probative.

Well, here we have it, reprinted below: an email sent from a New York Times reporter to the media adviser to the PAC I established to support Senate and House candidates who favor a strong U.S. foreign policy.


Ambassador John Bolton, a diplomat and a lawyer, has spent many years in public service. He served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 2005-2006. He was Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security from 2001 to 2005. In the Reagan Administration, he was an Assistant Attorney General.