Foreign Policy

I recently appeared on the Death to Tyrants podcast to talk about the astronomical price of America’s undeclared wars. We not only discussed the price tag of America’s military interventions since 2001, we also talked about the human cost and the loss of liberty inherent in perpetual warfare. From there, the conversation moved toward the […]

Instead of following the foreign policy trajectory blazed by Bush Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump, perhaps it would serve us consider the wisdom of a former president who is generally overlooked: Calvin Cooledge.  While some U.S. presidents receive the praise and adulation from modern establishment historians, others are often overlooked for one reason or another. Either […]

Is resettling a terrorist front group in the West a good idea?
Philip Giraldi

When is a terrorist group not a terrorist group? Apparently the answer is that it ceases to be terrorist when it terrorizes someone who is an enemy of the United States. …