U.S. Politics

Civil Religion, Pancakes, and Politics

February 18, 2018 Anthony John 0

By Anthony John In his second appearance at the annual National Prayer Breakfast, President Donald Trump steered clear of partisan politics and focused on his belief in the country’s dependence on G-d. His claim that […]

U.S. Politics

Redefining ‘America First’

February 7, 2018 Brandon Brooks 0

By Brandon Brooks One month before clinching the Republican Party’s presidential nomination, Donald Trump delivered a speech at the Center for the National Interest promising to institute a radical departure from conventional U.S. foreign policy. […]

The Middle East

Countering the Anti-Embassy Move Crowd

December 14, 2017 Isaac Simon 0

By Isaac Simon The United States decision to move their embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem represents a shift in American foreign policy in the Middle East on many fronts. For many, myself included, the […]