World War I

Book Review: Churchill, Roosevelt & Company by Lewis E. Lehrman

FDR’s New Deal is a prime testament to Richard Viguerie’s dictum that “personnel is policy.”  FDR’s military and diplomatic advisors were bumblers at best.  But the root problem was FDR himself as Lew Lehman reveals in his new book, Churchill, Roosevelt & Company: Studies in Character and Statecraft.

Lessons From The World War I Centennial

Perhaps the most under-recognized lesson that Americans should take from our entry into World War I was the vast series of unintended consequences that were loosed by our involvement in the war to "make the world safe for democracy."

The Legacy of Russia’s Revolution: Millions Died for a Horrible Idea

The Russian Revolution was one of the most remarkable and decisive events in history. A century has passed since revolution came to Russia. But the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II in March 1917 passed without any remembrance in St. Petersburg, where a new Russia was birthed.

Sinking the Lusitania: Lying America into War, Again

No one emerges from World War I with much honor, especially Democrat President Woodrow Wilson. He unforgivably dragged Americans into other people’s war. A century ago many Americans succumbed to Britain’s deceitful propaganda campaign. On the centennial of the Lusitania’s demise Americans should remember the importance of just saying no. Now as then Americans need a president and Congress that believe war to be a last resort for use only when necessary to protect this nation, its people, liberties, and future.

Century Old Terrorists Still Creating Wars From Iraq To Ukraine

A century ago one of America’s most disastrous presidents, the haughty, sanctimonious, and egotistical Woodrow Wilson, imagined himself as God’s anointed to bring peace to the earth. The problems created by Wilson are still with us.

Time to Leave Afghanistan

Americans should thank Afghanistan's ungrateful President Hamid Karzai for giving Washington a shove.