As much as we try to paint things black and white in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), nothing is ever that simple.
I'm shocked by the UN's decision to censure Saudi Arabia for its actions in Yemen.
Texans have a saying for people who talk big but act small: All hat, no cattle. It's hard to think of someone better fitting that description than Rep. Frederica Wilson, the Florida Democrat with a multitude of colorful hats but no decency.
Many conservatives have warned about the dangers of this merger because of that concentration of power. My friend Larry Kudlow, a noted free market champion who would normally be loath to call for government to stop a merger, has raised significant concerns about one company controlling cable distribution and key channels.
Commendably, the Trump administration is set to initiate a new Iran policy, which will be announced in October. Such change is imperative.
When it comes to our trade agreements with foreign nations, President Trump has pledged to prioritize defending American workers and standing up to countries that seek to take advantage of them. A key test of this "America First" trade policy will be whether the Trump administration chooses to enforce our Open Skies agreements with the UAE.
Lawmakers in Washington award billions each year in tax breaks and government backed loans to solar power and wind power companies while ignoring promising energy technologies such as our burgeoning fuel cell industry.
President Donald Trump issued an executive order to stop subsidizing cities which obstruct immigration law. Chicago filed suit in response. Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to continue collecting federal dollars while ignoring federal policy.
There are moments when you almost feel the Earth's axis shift. That happened the other day when Sen. Chuck Schumer blamed someone for something, and it wasn't Donald Trump.
Despite the massive media attention given to the claim that Russia attempted to influence last year's election, the greatest threat to American democracy is vote fraud at home.
Thanks to the actions of President Trump and his America First Energy Plan, the strategic value of U.S. oil is being fully recognized.
President Donald Trump's critics fixate on his tweets and then wonder why he spends so much time responding to their attacks. But why do they devote so much attention to his tweets in the first place?
While the Left promotes fake scandals, President Donald Trump proposes real change. Congressional Republicans should keep their eyes on the ball and enact his reforms into law.
Unlawful Mexican sugar dumping has cost our economy more than $4 billion in revenue – and has resulted in the loss of thousands of U.S. jobs.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Ca.) says there is something "tragically wrong" with President Donald Trump. His advisers and friends are "a bunch of scumbags." He is creating "chaos and division."
The UN, and I am not making this up, warns that cutting back government could violate "the right to social security of the people in the United States."
The Massachusetts Senator, who was once paid more than $400,000 to teach a single class at Harvard, has made a name for herself as a shrill defender of income redistribution. Now, she is quickly emerging as the most likely 2020 Presidential candidate.
As the legendary Robert Novak once said, "God put the Republican Party on earth to cut taxes. If they don't do that, they have no useful function."
When it comes to national security, eight years of former President Barack Obama's diplomatically weak approach to dealing with hostile regimes has made America and our allies less safe.
In his first ever address to a joint-session of Congress, President Donald Trump took a firm stand on the side of the American people.
For decades, conventional wisdom held that the United States would remain reliant on imported oil as domestic reserves were either too limited or too expensive to be accessible. Yet in the early years of this new century, a small group of American innovators tackled the shale formations in our nation's heartland with new technology.
Republicans agree that Obamacare has failed and must be repealed. But they can't agree on the replacement "plan."
"Mainstream." We are having a country-wide civics lesson on who is or is not out of our mainstream: Senate Democrats or the Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch?
Donald Trump isn't the first Republican president denounced as "illegitimate." The Left spent eight years refusing to get over George W. Bush's victory in 2000. It was the same issue. He won the election by the rules, but Al Gore had more "popular" votes.
Contrary to the expectations of many people, President-elect Donald Trump has been filling his cabinet with serious, no-nonsense conservatives.