Category Archives: National Security

Cuba: We Have Waited for 50 years. Why the Hurry Now?

Fidel Castro over a period of fifty years turned the very nice country of Cuba into a pathetic Communist state.  He now is quite possibly near death.  Six administrations resisted the natural humanitarian urge to make it easier for Cuba’s inhabitants, and instead kept the pressure on Castro to change his ways and allow freedom for all.  As he soon will be gone this could have been possible. Continue reading

For the Good of America We Need Tougher Public Officials

Senator Feinstein recently proved once again that the most important characteristic of any public official is their personal make up.  Senator Feinstein who in the past has been respected by many to be strong on national defense did her reputation significant harm in creating and making public a one sided report on the CIA’s handling of the interrogation of terrorists showing the CIA in a VERY unfavorable light.  Continue reading

To make us safer America must demonstrate its power

The world views America as weak. Because we have a very weak leader. A demonstration of American military power is urgently necessary. No, not boots on the ground, but a demonstration of our capability and overwhelming superiority in military technology.

The American public is tired of seeing our brave soldiers come home, without arms and legs, or with mental difficulties or in a casket. But it does want America to be respected in the world. Because without it they instinctively know we will continue to live in a world that is the tinderbox it has now become under the lack of leadership of President Obama. Continue reading

President Obama Cares Little for Our Troops

It is becoming quite apparent that President Obama and his administration care little for the military or its members.

We have a Marine who apparently took a wrong turn in Mexico and was arrested and has been in one of Mexico’s most brutal prisons for six weeks.

Secretary of State John Kerry was in Mexico yesterday and did not even mention him.  When later asked he said that Mexico had to handle its laws as it normally did—rather than insist that right be done for a hurting one of America’s troops—or else.

Vern Wuensche  (win-she)