Author: Nathan Feder

Foreign Policy: John Bolton vs Dr. Elie Krakowski

When President Trump was inaugurated, America’s foreign policy was a disaster. Conflicts involving Russia, China, Korea, and Iran were arguably caused by the previous administration’s permissive policy. According to reports the Russia-Ukraine conflict started in November 2014. Even liberal news stations have said the South China Sea conflict began in 2014. After Obama’s inauguration, North Korea returned to the international stage announcing the testing of ballistic missiles. While the Obama administration passivity increased, North Korea’s dangerous activity increased. And, of course, there is the infamous Iran deal and other related backdoor money deals. In short, the Trump Administration needs new foreign policies....

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O’Leary to Run for Canada’s Conservative Leadership

Kevin O’Leary is popular for his television role on the shows Shark Tank and Dragons’ Den. He is most frank, yet has all the fun stories. His shrewd entrepreneurial skills never disappoint and his demeanor has earned him the nickname “Mr. Wonderful.” O’Leary appears on BNN, CTV, and other media outlets as a personal finance expert. When Sharks Bite and Dragons Roar Off the show, O’Leary and his fellow co-host Mark Cuban were politically at odds. Mark Cuban, who originally supported Trump, backed Clinton. President-elect Donald Trump similarly discontinued his appearance on his reality television show The Apprentice. But some...

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Rosie O’Donnell

Rosie O’Donnell and President-elect Donald Trump have a decade-long conflict. Their unusual relationship seems to have started in December 2006. After several disqualifying accusations against Miss USA Tara Conner, Trump didn’t fire her. At the time, Trump made a statement at a press conference unlike his usual “you’re fired” soundbite: “I’ve always been a believer in second chances. Tara is a good person. Tara has tried hard. Tara is going to be given a second chance.” Conner, at the time 21, was very appreciative and committed herself to rehab. Trump’s compassion might be related to his brother’s death, who...

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What Will Happen to the Iran Deal?

The United States and Iran have maintained a shaky relationship, at best, for decades. Just four days before this year’s presidential election, on November 4th, the Iranian hostage crisis’ achieved its 37th anniversary. On November 4, 1979, young Iranian Islamists breached the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, seizing more than 60 Americans hostages.  The hostages weren’t released until 444 days later — nearly to the moment Ronald Reagan was sworn in on January 20, 1981.   Answers to the questions of whether the Carter presidency intensified the Middle Eastern situation, or whether Reagan’s entry into office was related to...

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Fiscally Conservative Maryland

The homicide rate in Baltimore reached 344 in 2015 and already hit 227 this year. Presumptive Baltimore City Councilman Isaac (Yitzy) Schliefer (D) campaigned both on reducing Baltimore’s crime rate and fiscal conservatism. Yitzi’s not the only person in Baltimore to campaign with a fiscally conservative platform. Governor Larry Hogan (R) won Maryland and overwhelmingly won the area. Dr. Mark Plaster is running on fiscally conservative platforms in Maryland’s third Congressional district. Plaster’s district overlaps with Yitzy’s, even reaching Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery, and Baltimore Counties. Governor Hogan won Baltimore County by nearly 50,000 votes.  Hogan has been vocal...

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