The tests are already coming from our international adversaries
Sometimes it's interesting to get a perspective from the outside-in, with regards to the many issues our nation faces on the international front.
Well, looky, looky.
Despite denying that he meant what everyone took him to mean when he said it, (that he would meet w/the President of Iran for talks "without preconditions"), as of 1:00 pm today, his website still says exactly that.
Secretary Rice Gives the Dems One Less Thing to Talk About
As was rumored to happen several weeks ago, it is now becoming a certainty that one of the biggest issues the Democrats were hoping to run on over the next 2 1/2 months is now a moot point. read more »
John McCain has taken many lumps from the liberal and misguided mainstream press during his campaign. But some of the worst criticism has been due to his hawkish statements made about Russia. read more »
Earlier today we saw a notable sign that North Korea is falling in line regarding their nuclear program, with the demolition of a 60-foot tall nuclear reactor cooling tower at the Yongbyon complex. The achievements of the six-party talks are becoming more and more apparent by the day. read more »
On Wednesday, John McCain, in his first major policy speech since securing the GOP nomination, called upon the democratic nations of the world to join the United States in the formation of new and improved "global alliance" - what he called the "League of Democracies". read more »