One thing is certain in Washington. You can always count on Democrats and Republicans to agree on going to war
Wars don’t make countries great, but can a battle bring a country together?
The argument that Trump became president after launching missiles or that he now stands for Justice in the world is laughable
A new-found compassion for victims masks the real reasons behind military strikes
When it comes to Syria, Cotton and his fellow Republicans are all too eager to forget factual history
The admission by the Pentagon raises questions about the humanitarian nature of US foreign policy
Trump's former National Security Adviser's communications with the Russian Ambassador is likely just a small part of a bigger scandal
Prime Minister Trudeau and President Trump disagree on just about everything
Contrary to what you may be hearing, a war with Iran would not be over in weeks
With new sanctions, Trump administration takes a provocative stance with Tehran
The people of the United Kingdom and the traditionally neutral Speaker of the House are putting their feet down
As violence continues in Ukraine, and Tillerson is confirmed, Trump mulls eliminating Obama era sanctions
Canada’s Former Conservative Minister of Immigration and National Defense Rips Trump’s Muslim Ban
From Washington, to my hometown of Montreal, women are grabbing back
The Russian Boogeyman has returned! Or has it? Hillary Clinton’s loss in 2016 has created a narrative that Russia is responsible. The narrative states...
The image of the bloodied Syrian boy in the ambulance is heartbreaking, but serves a bloodier purpose
With the U.S. supposedly harboring the mastermind of last month's coup attempt, is Turkey looking for a new friend?
This one Millennial is changing lives a thousand miles away from home
Trump's foreign policy is built upon contradiction, ignorance and destruction
The conservative columnist is now afraid of us bleeding-heart Canucks