Rex Tillerson

100 Days of Trump: Crazed Dems perpetuate myth of the 'consensus' judicial nominee

Should President Trump choose his next Supreme Court nominee based on “consensus”? Plus, By dismantling the regulatory state, Trump is pulling out Obama’s legacy by the roots, and, Is Juan Williams qualified to talk about black conservatives?

Think Things Can’t Get Worse In Syria?

Taking out Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad would mean we are now aligned with “partners” who include assorted Sunni Sharia-supremacists – including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood – whose agenda is no less murderous and menacing than Assad’s.

Is Tillerson Being Sidelined by Jared Kushner?

John Fund, National Review

As tempting as it must seem to President Trump, caution flags should be raised if he decides to make the White House his de facto State Department. While Trump believes he can close deals with foreign leaders like no one else can, someone has to pave the way for those deals, and a State Department led by Trump appointees is the best bet to fill the role.

Obama Advisers Suckering Trump Further Into Syrian Quagmire

If President Trump truly will not tolerate the Assad government using chemical weapons then he should take out the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center where they are made and managed, anything short of that is merely continuing the fantasies of John McCain and the halfhearted measures and follies of Barack Obama.

The Source of Trump’s Troubles: Personnel Is Policy

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
What’s so alarming and frustrating to conservatives is that it has begun to appear that, while the President has many good instincts on our issues, he somehow expects to run the Trump administration without any actual Trump supporters being brought in to run the government on his behalf.

Rex Tillerson's Asian reminder of why transparency is crucial

Editors, Washington Examiner

Tillerson, the State Department and the entire Trump administration should welcome more press coverage and more transparency because it is proper. The president and his officials aren't running a business, they're carrying out the work that the public has directed them to do. To the degree possible, the people should know what their government is doing.