Many in Britain are tired of the platitudes that follow a terrorist attack and simply want Islamist terrorism confronted and stopped, once and for all. The problem is, there is no consensus in Britain on the cause of Islamist terrorism nor the best way to solve the problem.
Britain is cursed. But there is one way to reverse the curse and make the UK great again.
Merkel’s explosive remarks following Trump’s visit reveal changes in the U.S.-Europe relationship.
Without Judea and Samaria, there is no independent Jewish nation.
Trumpet analyst Brad Macdonald explains two noteworthy developments relating to Germany this week.
Instead of changing the behavior that caused the crisis, we return as quickly as possible to behaving exactly the same way.
Events in Syria and North Korea have caused many over the past few days to Google ‘World War III.’ But is Armageddon really imminent?
Trumpet analysts Brad Macdonald and Richard Palmer discuss what happens next.
Trumpet analysts Brad Macdonald and Brent Nagtegaal discuss the tension between Turkey and Europe and what it might mean for future relations between the two.
Instead of quickly moving on, Britain ought to be asking some soul-searching questions.
Trumpet analysts Brad Macdonald and Richard Palmer discuss the new Scottish referendum.
More Europeans are accepting the idea that the Continent must develop a consolidated nuclear weapons command.
What level of madness will it take before we realize that something is terribly wrong with higher education?
It’s not a pleasant topic to think about, but it’s worth considering at least for a moment.
After the Berlin attack, Germans are grappling with a choice between who they want to be and who they need to be.
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg might be just the man to lead Germany and Europe in the Donald Trump era.
America’s most radical president has moved on, but the fruits of his leadership will be with us for a long, long time.