Foreign Policy is Not a Zero Sum Game

    For some, the thought of having a foreign policy that is not centered on military intervention or projection of power is seen as a foreign policy that is not serious

    Rand Paul’s Foreign Policy

    It is easy to get lost in the fervor of the upcoming election season, which is just around the corner.  This cycle looks to be just as important as the

    Praising the Establishment?

    My introduction to William F. Buckley Jr came through finding Rush Limbaugh’s radio show in August 1999 when I was a young 20 years old.  Rush used to mention frequently

    McConnell Is Not the Only Target

    In the wake of the debt ceiling capitulation many on here at Red State have taken to expressing their continued and fervent support for Matt Bevin and ousting Senate Minority

    Even If We Win, What Do We Plan on Doing?

    It does not take much to discover that there are serious people out there who believe that the United States is in decline.  In fact, some have taken to going

    An Isolated Individual in an Isolated Society

    Last night my wonderful wife and I joined some good friends in Washington DC and saw the movie “Her” starring Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlett Johansson and Amy Adams.  The movie,

    Rules for Radicals

    Since Barack Obama came to office I have been struck by the number of times I have seen, read, heard, etc. people say that Obama, members of the media, or

    What is the Inequality?

    President Obama plans on focusing, “like a laser beam” I am sure, on the topic of income inequality in the upcoming State of the Union address next Tuesday 28 January. 

    Why Domestic and Foreign Policy Are Intertwined

    There are two pieces today by Victor Davis Hanson that put into perfect perspective why domestic and foreign policy are intertwined.  Having a domestic policy that is bereft of any

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