Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1801, “I deem the essential principles of our government [to be] peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.” America would do well to heed this advice by abandoning its current role as global policeman and stop meddling in the affairs of other countries.
As numerous Benghazi-related scandals swirl around the Obama administration with increasing ferocity, analysts and lawmakers say the real issues in “Benghazigate” are largely being bypassed.
As drone technology improves, U.S. relations worsen with nations such as Pakistan whose citizens are terrorized by the drones.
Secretary of State John Kerry warned the Assad government that if the regime will not negotiate a transition, the United States will increase aid to the rebels.
Last week's testimony under oath about events in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 makes painfully clear that what the Obama administration told the American people about those events were lies out of whole cloth.