Tag: foreign policy

Trump First Big Foreign Policy Move a Departure from Stump Speeches

In what will almost certainly be the defining foreign policy decision of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days seems to be a significant shift from his non-interventionist rhetoric on the campaign trail in facing down Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. “I Read More

The ONE Leader America Could Use Right Now

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot The world seems in a state of upheaval. In fact, we can’t remember the last time things seems this chaotic. And America’s State Department seems clueless about what’s happening while the Obama Administration generally appears Read More

Snookered again, this time for cigars, a Cuba Libre and a shortstop to be named later

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog I admit it: I’m an unreconstructed Cold Warrior who thinks President Obama’s smooch-fest with Cuba’s communist dictatorship stinks. Whoever said the Cold War was over doesn’t understand that nothing changes so Read More

Christie Takes On Fortress America

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog On Sunday evening, I had the pleasure of attending the “Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala” in New York hosted by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. You may remember Rabbi Shmuley from radio, TV, his many Read More

Paul’s Foreign Policy Problem

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog Senator Rand Paul was, until recently, a serious contender for the GOP Presidential nomination but his recent piece in the National Review Online demonstrates why a President Paul would leave a lot to be desired, Save Jerseyans. Read More

Why I Am a Neocon and Isolationists Suck

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog Originally published by Thought Catalog at www.thoughtcatalog.com Isolationists like to pretend the neoconservative movement has failed. They suffer from historical amnesia and root for the war-weary public’s rejection of all foreign policy. The reality is that Read More