Is Football on Its Deathbed? The American Magazine Online, 5.5.13
Reports of football's death have been greatly exaggerated.
The Gosnell Case Strikes a Nerve, American Thinker, 5.4.13
An "house of horrors" challenges both sides of the abortion spectrum.
United Nations: The Anglo-American Bond Grows Stronger, ASCF Report, 5.1.13
Britain and America are combining forces.
Syria Calls Obama's Chemical Weapons Bluff, FrontPage, 4.26.13
The president's gravest mistake is not in refusing to act, but in threatening to act without following through.
Monroe Doctrine Version 2.0, The Landing Zone, 4.19.13
It's time to answer Beijing's push into the Americas.
The Lonely Path, The American Legion Magazine, 4.1.13
the two decades since the end of that long, twilight struggle, three presidents
have taken three different paths on the world stage. And yet the world has
reacted in largely the same manner to each: with disappointment. There’s
a lesson in that.
Unmanned Combat, The Claremont Review of Books, Winter 2012/2013
The appeal of drones is simple: they are cheap and they minimize risk to U.S. personnel. But there are real drawbacks to America's emerging unmanned air force.
Avoiding the Danger Zone, The Lookout, 2.24.13
Money can be a problem or a blessing.
To Bolster Failed States, Support Freedom, World Politics Review, 12.5.12
Failed states are not free, and free countries seldom become failed states.
Neither Fruitful Nor Multiplying, byFaith, Winter 2012
Once upon a time, the doomsayers said we were headed for over-population; now, we're headed for under-population.
Freedom and Failed States, Fraser Forum, November/December 2012
Failed states seem to have one thing in common: a lack of freedom.
Boiler Up…Way Up, American Outlook, 10.30.12
Armstrong's passing refocuses attention on Purdue University's contributions to the space program.
The Drone Race Is On, The American Interest Online, 8.7.12
Are we ready for what the rest of the world will do with UCAVs?
Nightmares in Syria, Calgary Sun, 7.25.12
Intervening to secure Syria's WMDs is scary--not intervening may be scarier.