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U.S. Support for Taiwan Is Crucial – China's Aggression Deserves More Than a Strongly Worded Press Release

By Mike Pompeo, Senior Counsel for Global Affairs1634230375020

President Biden’s tenure thus far has been marked by weakness on the international stage. He bowed to Russia and Vladimir Putin almost immediately regarding the Nordstream II pipeline. He not only failed to punish Iran for launching missiles at an Israeli ship, but also still seems committed to...

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Why Giving In to Iran Is a Grave Mistake

By Wesley Smith1634073176444

Unlike American President Joe Biden, Iran’s new President Ebrahim Raisi has refused to entertain negotiations over the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) in his first three months in office. The Biden Administration, on the other hand, after Joe Biden’s inauguration, immediately began seeking renewal of the...

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U.S. Holds "Diplomatic" Meeting with Taliban

By Logan Sekulow1633985904197

U.S. delegation met with terrorist organization the Taliban in Doha, Qatar over the weekend for the first time since the Biden Administration’s failed Afghanistan withdrawal. These officials conducted “diplomatic” talks over how to handle future terrorism and make sure the Taliban will hold up...

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China Is Ready to Mount a "Full-Scale" Invasion of Taiwan

By Logan Sekulow1633553295835

The ongoing tension in China continues to worsen. There are reports coming out that China is gearing up to launch a full-scale takeover of Taiwan in the coming years. ACLJ Senior Military Analyst (and retired Colonel) Wes Smith discussed how the U.S. should respond to China attacking Taiwan in his...

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How Will the United States Respond When China Attacks Taiwan?

By Wesley Smith1633543200000

Last Monday, the Communist Chinese sent 52 military planes into Taiwan’s air defense zone, the most ever in a single day. The intrusion came after the U.S. warned China about such flights and after three days of similar violations. In four days, China has flown 145 aggressive flights into the...

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Biden Explored Offer To Use Russian Military Bases To Fight Terror

By Jay Sekulow1632862589624

During conversations between President Biden and Vladimir Putin, which is normal between heads of state, a very unusual and disconcerting discussion took place over the feasibility and viability of having our military work out of Russian military bases for counterterrorism in Afghanistan since the...

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Intl. Criminal Court Targets Taliban, Sidelines U.S. Investigation

By Jay Sekulow1632779547577

The new International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Karim Khan announced that the ICC is going to put aside its investigation of the U.S. and now is going to focus their efforts on the Taliban. Now that the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan, the ICC will be investigating the Taliban and...

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On Afghanistan, Far Too Many Questions Remain Unanswered

By Mike Pompeo, Senior Counsel for Global Affairs1632237589609

Secretary of State Antony Blinken testified recently on Capitol Hill about the Biden Administration’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, the first of what will hopefully be many hearings as Congress and the American people attempt to understand how this Administration oversaw such a...

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When Are We Going To Get It Right?

By Sherif Meleka1631825420740

Without a doubt, our abrupt and chaotic exit from Afghanistan did not go unnoticed all over the world. After twenty years of fighting the Taliban, our mighty forces realized that we had lost the war. Not only that, but this time, we put all of our faith in our enemy – the Taliban – to secure the...

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Secretary Blinken to Testify on Afghanistan

By Jordan Sekulow1631565625597

After the Biden Administration’s disastrous withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, Secretary of State Antony Blinken will appear in two hearings – one by the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the other at the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee – about the way it was handled. The American...

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Afghanistan: The Controversy That Is Not Going Away

By Wesley Smith1631192340000

As a direct result of a series of decisions by the Biden Administration, what could have been relief—and possibly a cause for celebration as the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches—is now a weight around the Administration’s neck as it swims through very troubled political waters. While...

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Congress Must Force Sec. Blinken To Answer for Afghanistan Failures

By Richard A. Grenell, Senior Advisor for National Security and Foreign Policy1631118523034

The House Foreign Affairs Committee has announced that Secretary of State Antony Blinken will appear in front of the full Committee, chaired by Greg Meeks (NY-5), on Monday, September 13th. With the Afghanistan crisis still unfolding, the Committee Members should not let the Secretary of State off...

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Hold President Biden Accountable for His Deadly Failures in Afghanistan


President Biden's incompetence has allowed the Taliban to take over Afghanistan, genocidal terrorists like ISIS to regain strength, and placed countless lives in immediate danger. Worst of all, he...


This Is What the Taliban’s Control of Afghanistan Really Looks Like

By Ali Holston1631019540000

Jake Sullivan is the White House National Security Advisor, which means he provides the President of the United States with valuable information when it comes to making foreign policy decisions. So, Sullivan’s recent comments about the Taliban, a terrorist organization, should stop anyone in their...

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Taliban Seeks Iran Connection

By Jordan Sekulow1630699349106

In alarming news out of Afghanistan, the Taliban is seeking a relationship with Iran. The presumed goal of the Taliban in Afghanistan is to establish an Islamic base with Iran, which is their border neighbor. Specifically, the Taliban is courting support from the Shiite Hazaras, a group that the...

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LEAK: Biden Pushes Lie as Afghanistan Went Down in Flames

By Jordan Sekulow1630529075253

A transcript of a phone call was just released by Reuters between President Biden and the president of Afghanistan that took place on July 23rd over the Afghanistan crisis. By August 15th, the Taliban took over Afghanistan and the Afghan president fled. However, just weeks before chaos broke out in...

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ADM. KIRBY: "Americans Get Stranded… All The Time"

By Jordan Sekulow1630445230083

On October 7, 2001 the U.S. went to war in Afghanistan, in response to the terror attacks of 9/11. Today, August 31, 2021 – nearly 20 years later – the U.S. has no presence in Afghanistan. In fact, the only Americans left in Afghanistan are abandoned Americans. To take us down memory lane, let’s...

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President Biden Projects Weakness in Speech to the Nation

By Logan Sekulow1630098503108

Following the massive explosion yesterday , President Biden addressed the Nation over the status of Afghanistan. The President’s speech projected fear and weakness into the American people as the Taliban’s deadline is approaching and Americans are still stuck in Afghanistan. In President Biden’s...

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President Biden Only Now Asks For Contingency Plans on Afghanistan

By Jordan Sekulow1629927449266

As President Biden is being forced to answer questions about his failed exit strategy, it is clear that he is completely disconnected from reality. The rhetoric coming out of the White House is not aligned with what is actually happening on the ground in Afghanistan. In addressing the Nation,

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Biden Sticks to Afghanistan Withdrawal Deadline at Taliban’s Request

By Jordan Sekulow1629839165114

President Biden joined a virtual G-7 meeting over the chaos that is happening in Afghanistan today. It’s been reported that during this meeting, President Biden told other world leaders that the U.S. is not budging on the August 31st deadline in Afghanistan. This comes even after our allies and...

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