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We Shouldn’t Sanction US Companies in Venezuela—It Will Only Help Russia and China

We Shouldn’t Sanction US Companies in Venezuela—It Will Only Help Russia and China

Sean Spicer, Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro’s oppressive rule has not only expedited the complete collapse of his nation’s economy and civil society; the citizens of Venezuela are also experiencing unspeakable human rights abuses, violence, and hardship. President Donald Trump is completely justified in sanctioning the Maduro regime in an effort to oust the ruthless dictator and

Trump’s path forward with Iran — six steps to help the US and the Iranian people

Trump's path forward with Iran — six steps to help the US and the Iranian people

The world is on edge since the U.S. took out Iranian terrorist architect and Qods Force Commander Qassem Soleimani following the Dec. 31 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.  And President Trump has warned Iran that if it attacks Americans or U.S. assets, the U.S. has identified 52 Iranian sites to hit — representing the 52 Americans who were held hostage when

In ordering Soleimani killing, Trump acting correctly, decisively and constitutionally

In ordering Soleimani killing, Trump acting correctly, decisively and constitutionally

President Trump ordered an airstrike that killed the notorious Iranian terrorist, Qassem Soleimani, who murdered hundreds of Americans. The President was constitutionally empowered to do so. Democrats, of course, reflexively whined that Trump abused his powers. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s predictable, Pavlovian response was to complain that the president acted without authorization from Congress. He