"What is lacking is not law or policy," said Jason Poblete, a Washington-based lawyer who has represented U.S. citizens held hostage abroad, including current and former hostages of the Iranian regime. "It's political will to make resolution of these cases a global priority among affected stakeholders." Read the entire story at The Washington Post.
From Susan Crabtree at Real Clear Politics, a closer look at Florida politics and the potential impact of different voter blocs in the state: "At the Coral Gables Public Library voting site, scenes have resembled makeshift fiestas with cars flying Trump flags and horns honking while Latin music plays in the background. The music group [...]
President Trump has leaned into the matter; yet rather than rally to the nation's best interests and support the President, the gloom and doom brigade will keep preaching the gospel of doom and make his life as difficult as they can.
So-called "clean energy" has a dirty secret: slave and child labor. So if you are driving a U.S. taxpayer-subsidized battery-operated car, take a close look under the hood, or wherever the battery is stored. The raw materials used to cobble together a battery may have been sourced by slaves. I posted an article on Facebook [...]
If we can America should come to the support of friendly nations with humanitarian assistance such as in Venezuela. That is what good neighbors do when someone is in need. However, there are food crises in the United States too. For example in Virginia, a state with a population of over 8 million people, there [...]
From the Washington Free Beacon story, "Conservatives Press OAS to Take Tougher Stand Against Maduro, Cuban Infiltration": "The interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, has designated Dr. Gustavo Tarre as the country's permanent representative to the OAS," said Jason Poblete, a conservative international lawyer and expert in Latin American affairs. "The free people of Venezuela [...]