Category Archives: National Security

Aug
07
2017

Dunkirk: Healing Sick Minds

07, Aug

By Katie Kieffer


Roman historian Titus Livius (Livy) would love the new World War II movie, Dunkirk, because Livy believed: “the study of history is the best medicine for a sick mind.”

Livy was not the only prominent Roman thinker to value historical studies. Marcus Tullius Cicero—one of Rome’s finest orators—concurred: “To not know what happened before one was born is to live as a child.” And America’s founding father James Madison agreed with the Romans, warning: “A well-instructed people alone can be permanently a free people.” Continue reading

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Aug
01
2017

A Transgender Military

01, Aug

By Katie Kieffer


American law and military tradition do not discriminate against transgenders—and transgenders hurt themselves by believing otherwise.

How is this possible, one could ask, when our President is preventing transgenders from openly serving in the military? Continue reading

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May
29
2017

Keep Your Word on War, Mr. President

29, May

By Katie Kieffer


“A big, fat mistake,” is how presidential candidate Donald Trump characterized the invasion of Iraq. Today, President Trump insists: “the destructive cycle of intervention and chaos must finally come to an end.”

Will President Trump keep his promises to prioritize “America first” over policing the world? Continue reading

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May
15
2017

Tick, Tock: EMP War Looms

15, May

By Katie Kieffer

Traffic jam.

If you want to cry after WannaCry ransomware attacked FedEx in the United States; hospitals in Britain; and telecommunications networks in Spain last Friday, you’ll want to bawl when North Korea hits the U.S. with an electromagnetic pulse (EMP). Let’s not go there.

Congressional reports and most security experts agree that America’s adversaries—from developed nations like China and Russia to dictatorships like Iran and North Korea—prefer to target our country with a triple threat combination of cyberattacks, physical damage and EMP. And EMP is the greatest threat of the three. Continue reading

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May
07
2017

Win Immigration Battle, or Lose in 2018

07, May

By Katie Kieffer

US-Mexico border

Make us so tired of winning that we beg you to stop winning, President Trump—especially on your signature issue: immigration reform.

“We’re going to win at the border. We’re going to win so much, you’re going to be so sick and tired of winning, you’re going to come to me and go ‘Please, please, we can’t win anymore.” –Trump speaking at MetraPark Arena in Billings, Montana on the 2016 campaign trail Continue reading

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Mar
20
2017

Quiet Voices Crushing “The Dictator’s Club”

20, Mar

By Katie Kieffer


“Quiet voices” that became an “earthquake” is how President Trump explains his populist win in America—and today similar voices in France threaten the world’s most potent globalist structure: the United Nations.

France is the world’s fifth most popular travel destination and sixth largest economy. Not too shabby for a country roughly the size of Texas. Despite these successes, the French people are growing increasingly unhappy with their political system. Continue reading

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Mar
13
2017

Illegal Immigrant Crime: The Real Story

13, Mar

By Katie Kieffer

Illegal immigration

Deal with it, Democrats: crime is committed by illegal immigrants far more often than legal immigrants.

Six days after President Trump was inaugurated as our 45th President, the typing wizards at the New York Times got a little desperate. We’re talking nail-biting; chain-smoking; shot-pounding nervous. Continue reading

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Mar
06
2017

Trump is Right on Sweden

06, Mar

By Katie Kieffer


Sweden is drafting women into the military and endorsing “sex breaks” but, President Trump is right: Sweden has an immigration crisis and it is too late for even extreme measures.

Political correctness is crippling. We must begin telling the truth about why Sweden is struggling to replace its population; to maintain its culture; to create jobs; and to decrease violence. Continue reading

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Oct
24
2016

All the President’s Migrants

24, Oct

By Katie Kieffer

Texas National Guard at U.S.-Mexico Border

Migrants from China (2,130); Russia (1,863) and Armenia (448) were caught at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2016—and President Obama is priming them—along with migrants from Syria and South America, to vote for Hillary.

$10 million in taxpayer dollars were recently repackaged by the Obama administration’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) into “citizenship integration grants.” The funds were distributed to various organizations that help register migrant voters, including in the key swing states of Florida and Ohio, reported Judicial Watch. Continue reading

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Oct
03
2016

Along Came A Spider

03, Oct

By Katie Kieffer

Spider

Eight furry legs appeared and Congress let out a scream—quickly surrendering the Internet to the United Nations. Last week, Congress closed shop for a six-week recess without stopping the Internet from slipping into the hands of a global consortium aligned with the United Nations.

Our story begins in 1998, when the organization of the Internet’s “address book” of domain names (such as Townhall.com) as well as related technology and structure was assigned to a California nonprofit called the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). The U.S. Department of Commerce has had oversight of ICANN since 1998. Continue reading

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