Robert Zapesochny

Robert Zapesochny is a researcher who specializes in the end of the Cold War and the future of Eastern Europe.

Israel Could Solve Flint’s Water Problems

 

Every year, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) attracts thousands of pro- Israel activists from all over the country to its policy conference in Washington, D.C. This year’s gathering in late March drew a record audience of 18,000 participants. It was at the 2017 AIPAC conference that Alan Dershowitz demonstrated how the Israelis have […]

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Is William Orrick a Crooked Judge?

 

William Horsley Orrick III is a United States District Judge for the Northern District of California. Last week, Orrick, an Obama appointee, blocked President Trump’s executive order to withhold money to sanctuary cities. In 2015, Kate Steinle was killed because San Francisco is a sanctuary city. She was shot by an illegal immigrant who had […]

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Why Trump Won Wisconsin

 

There are four reasons why Hillary lost Wisconsin: she didn’t show up, Russ Feingold pulled her numbers down, the Republican Party was strong, and grassroots conservatives like Dan Feyen never gave up. Woody Allen once said: “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” Hillary Clinton did not visit Wisconsin, after she lost the April 5 […]

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How the U.S. Can End the Syrian Civil War

 

Bashar al-Assad would not be in power today, without the combined help of the Russian Air Force, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, and Hezbollah. Even with Russia and Iran, President Assad has only been able to secure control of 34 percent of the country’s territory and 65 percent of the population. To make things worse, much […]

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Maxine Waters Is a Hypocrite — For Starters

 

On her best days, Congresswoman Maxine Waters is just a hypocrite. On a normal day, she is a national disgrace. Maxine Waters didn’t hesitate to call the Trump administration “a bunch of scumbags.” While Congresswoman Maxine Waters can condemn the Trump administration, falsely accuse the CIA of bringing drugs into Los Angeles, and even tell […]

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I’m With Her: Tomi Lahren vs. Glenn Beck

 

Earlier this week Tomi Lahren was suspended from the Blaze by her boss Glenn Beck. Tomi Lahren was suspended after she said, “I’m someone that is for limited government, so I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite and say I’m for limited government, but I think that the government should decide what women do […]

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Securing the World’s Commercial Sea Lanes

 

One main reason America is a superpower is that our Navy is still the strongest in the world. Since a majority of the world’s commerce passes through our oceans, whoever has the world’s strongest navy can protect — adversely impact — the global economy. The Chinese and Russian navies today represent the greatest threat to […]

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Time to Take Down Stalin’s Pulitzer Prize!

 

A few days ago, the New York Times reached a new low in its coverage of the Trump administration. In its pages, the hate comes first and the facts can be damned. It actually ran an article comparing Trump to Stalin. When Trump described the media as the “enemy of the people,” the paper reminded […]

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Happy Birthday to Our Greatest President

 

In the Revolutionary War as well as the formative years of our nation’s independence, no one played a bigger role than George Washington. The late historian James Flexner called him “the indispensable.” Without his leadership, it is hard to imagine the fledgling nation surviving intact. At Washington’s funeral, Rep. Henry Lee famously eulogized him as, […]

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The Global Water Crisis

 

I just finished a wonderful recent book by Seth Siegel on the global water crisis. The book, Let There Be Water, should be a wake-up call for world leaders to take the water crisis more seriously. Let me summarize some of its most important findings. In recent years, 600 million people have begun experiencing water […]

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