Welcoming Finland and Sweden strengthens the alliance and serves U.S. interests. In his recent National Interest article vowing to vote against Finland and Sweden’s NATO accession, Sen. Josh Hawley’s core argument is about China. China, he writes, is America’s main security problem, and “expanding American security commitments in Europe now would only make that problem […]Josh Hawley Is Wrong About NATO
As nearly ideal as the Supreme Court’s Bruen decision was, no one thought the states that exercise maximum control over who can fully exercise their Second Amendment rights — and who can’t — would go quietly. As we wrote here, it was always clear they weren’t going to just throw up their hands and start issuing […]As Expected, ‘May-Issue’ States Are Going to Have to be Forced Into Compliance With the Supreme Court’s Bruen Ruling
Russian President Vladimir Putin, by his decree , released Natalya Poklonskaya from the post of deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo . The document has entered into force. Poklonskaya said on her telegram channel that she had left Rossotrudnichestvo “due to a transfer to another job.” “I am grateful to our President for his support and trust!” Poklonskaya wrote. She did not specify where she will continue to work. […]Natalya Poklonskaya resigned as deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo after four months of work. She called the war a “catastrophe” and “madness”
Originally posted on The Lone Cactus: Tonight, the House Select Committee is going to try and take your mind off of inflation. It’s going to take your mind off of the fact that gasoline prices have been rising, like five cents a day over the past couple of days and now nationally is almost $5.00…So What Are Most Americans Worried About???