Mr. President, Horses Are a Good Thing

The final presidential campaign debate was uneventful. It appears by design and both sides wanted it that way. I wanted to hear more about Libya, the war on terrorism (I guess I should not be using that phrase anymore that anymore), U.S.-China relations, trade in the Americas, and a whole host of other global issues. …

Cuba-supported Terror Group, FARC, Speaks with a Forked Tongue

For Colombia, last week supposed to be the week of peace. It was anything but. Five Colombian soliders were killed by the FARC terrorist group, just a few days after peace talks were launched in Oslo. The FARC have no interest in peace. If it did, it would lay down arms and agree to a ceasefire. What …

Thou Shalt Not Export to Israel

A group of U.S. Christian groups has reportedly sent a letter to various Members of Congress requesting that they investigate alleged violations by Israel of the Foreign Assistance Act and the Arms Export Control Act. According to the Jerusalem Post, the letter says, in part: “… unconditional US military assistance to Israel has contributed to …

Guest Dispatch: Citizenship in a Republic

Our latest Guest Dispatch comes from Arthur Freyre, an attorney and conservative political activist in Miami, Florida. Citizenship in a Republic, A Reflection Arthur Freyre, Esq. Miami, Florida This past weekend, I stumbled upon a quote from President Theodore Roosevelt. It was part of the speech that he gave at the Sorbonne in Paris, France …

Cuban Regime Will Open it Doors, To Its Own People

The Communist Party of Cuba announced yesterday that starting next year Cubans will be allowed to travel anywhere they wish without permission from the state. This may not seem like such a big deal for the United States, but it is. In the short-term, the Party is trying playing the immigration card a few weeks …

Congressional Committee Report Raises Concerns Over Chinese Economic Activity in the U.S.

A key national security committee of the US Congress published a bipartisan report yesterday that raises various public policy and legal questions related to Chinese economic activity in the US. The target companies argue the report is an exercise in protectionism. The government says it is focused national security. Analyzing solely the responses from both …

Guest Dispatch: Florida Supreme Court Merit Retention Election Goes Political, You Be the Judge

We have a new Guest Dispatch from South Florida Attorney Juan O’Naghten. It involves the upcoming Florida Supreme Court merit retention election and a recent e-mail fundraising plea from one of the Justice’s supporters, a former member of the court. Citing Federalist Papers co-author Alexander Hamilton, Justice Barbara Pariente’s campaign, and former Justice of the Florida …