Category: Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

Open Letter to Donald Trump (my solutions for the USA)

I have been listening to all the bantering and bickering that is ‘normally’ associated with any presidential election. It has made me wonder how Donald Trump is so far ahead of the pack. I know why and I think it

Posted in Conservatism, Economics, Foreign Policy, Geo-politics, Human Rights, Immigration, Patriotism, Security, Terrorism

Touré for Terror!

OK I recently watch a video that was posted on my Facebook timeline that spark an interest in me to write again. If anyone reads this please tell Touré Neblett to read it because this blog is a response to his

Posted in Foreign Policy, Geo-politics, Pseudo Politics, Ramblings, Terrorism

10 steps to solve America’s problems

I personally think there are many ways this country COULD get back on track if it really wanted to.  The problem from MOST citizens is apathy.  Look at how many people vote.  The tendency is to vote with passion and

Posted in Conservatism, Constitution, Economics, Foreign Policy, Geo-politics, Gun Rights, Human Rights, Immigration, Patriotism

A Special Prosecutor for Benghazi: The Time Has Come

Posted in Foreign Policy, Security, Terrorism

From SoCal Gang Bangers to Mexican Militia

Posted in Foreign Policy, Immigration

Foreign Aid Comparitive Ratio

I have been thinking about the fact that we should cut off foreign aid to any country and has a bad human rights record (for example).  After some thought I realized cutting them off is NOT the right answer.  We

Posted in Economics, Foreign Policy, Human Rights, Ramblings

Why I worry about America.

I recently got a response from an email I sent to my entire contact list that included links to this and this. I wanted to answer this email in my blog because I wanted everyone to hear my answer.  If

Posted in Constitution, Economics, Foreign Policy, Gun Rights, Health Care, Immigration, Patriotism, Pseudo Politics, Ramblings, Security

Arrest Hillary Clinton

OK that title is pretty bold but it is what a lot of people are thinking. I recently started listening to the reports of when and what was known by whom related to the Benghazi massacre.  What is interesting is

Posted in Foreign Policy, Pseudo Politics, Security