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Vice President Details U.S. National Security Policy During Munich Speech

Vice President Mike Pence gave a report card on the Trump administrations security policy two years after telling European leaders that "America first, did not mean America alone."

SOP newswirePresident says he hopes to find common grounds without compromising principles - The following op-ed by President Bush originally appeared in The Wall Street Journal January 3 and is in the public domain. There are no republication restrictions.
SOP newswireRamadi Women and Children Wounded by Enemy Attack - AR RAMADI, IRAQ – A civilian female and five children were wounded by enemy mortar attack in Ramadi Jan. 2.
John LillpopHow do you say Reconquesta in Arabic? - As an English-speaking Caucasian, I have learned to accept the fact that America is in transition and is likely to become less and less Anglo.
SOP newswireIEDs Kill Two GIs in Baghdad; Another GI Dies in Western Iraq - WASHINGTON, Dec. 31, 2006 – Three U.S. soldiers died in Iraq on Dec. 29, and military officials have identified 10 earlier casualties.
John LillpopIs Nancy Pelosi Too Liberal for America? Actually, she's too far Left for Moscow! - Rest assured fellow citizens, Speaker-elect Pelosi poses no threat to the America that we all know and love. At least not yet.
John LillpopGeorge W. Bush's Top 10 Resolutions for 2007 - President Bush has had a very rough 2006. To start with, he turned 60 in August and, by November 8, Bush looked and felt 85.
John LillpopIs Saddam Eligible for 72 Virgins? - One of the most appealing aspects of the Muslim faith is the promise that upon ascension to Islamic heaven, martyred men automatically inherit the company and pleasures of 72 virgins.
SOP newswirePresidential Message for New Year's Day, 2007 - Over the past year, we have reached important goals and confronted new challenges. At the start of this New Year, we move forward with trust in the power of the American spirit, confidence in our purpose, and faith in
John LillpopLessons Learned from a Texan Insurgency - Due primarily to America’s problems in Iraq, President Bush has seen his credibility and reputation deteriorate significantly throughout the world.
SOP newswireU.S. Applauds Sinn Fein's Support for Police in Northern Ireland - Washington – The United States welcomed the announcement by the leadership of Sinn Fein that it would seek the party's support for police and law enforcement
SOP newswirePresident Bush to Welcome German Chancellor to White House - Washington – President Bush will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the White House on January 4, according to a statement released December 29.
SOP newswirePresident Bush's Statement on Execution of Saddam Hussein - Today, Saddam Hussein was executed after receiving a fair trial -- the kind of justice he denied the victims of his brutal regime.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Meets with His National Security Team - I just had a meeting with my national security team; this is the first time we've had a chance to sit down with Secretary Gates since he came back from Iraq. General Pace went with the
SOP newswireFord Funeral Ceremonies Planned in Three Locations - Washington -- The official schedule for the state funeral of Gerald R. Ford, 38th president of the United States, was announced by the Ford family December 28. Ceremonies will occur in three stages – in
SOP newswireBush Notes Progress on Iraq Plan, Praises Troops, Families - WASHINGTON, Dec. 28, 2006 – After a three-hour meeting with his national security team today, President Bush noted progress in defining the way forward in Iraq and praised servicemembers and their families for their
John LillpopAbout That Mandate, Ms. Pelosi - In the weeks following the November elections, Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi has boldly announced the arrival of a “New Day in America,” now that Democrats are the majority party in both the U.S. House and Senate.
SOP newswireFord Helped U.S. Recover from Watergate - WASHINGTON, Dec. 27, 2006 – Americans will remember former President Gerald R. Ford as a man with the courage to heal a nation.
SOP newswireGerald Ford, Former U.S. President, Dead at 93 - Washington -- Gerald R. Ford, the improbable 40th president of the United States, and the man charged with upholding the nation’s democratic traditions and
SOP newswireSoldier Killed in Iraq; DoD Identifies Previous Casualty - WASHINGTON, Dec. 26, 2006 – A Humvee used for U.S. reconnaissance missions rolled over south of Baghdad today, killing one U.S. soldier and injuring two others, and the Defense Department has identified an earlier
SOP newswireU.S. Government Has Provided $841 Million in Tsunami Assistance - Washington -- The U.S. government has provided some $841 million in recovery assistance to the nations ravaged by the Indian Ocean tsunami that struck on December 26, 2004, a summary
SOP newswireU.S. Welcomes U.N. Security Council Resolution on Iran Sanctions - Washington -- The United States has welcomed the U.N. Security Council’s unanimous action December 23
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)The Media Honeymoon is Over for Barack Hussein Obama - After peering from the cover of Time magazine, making the round of TV Sunday talk shows and being urged by newspaper columnists and editorial writers to make a run for president in 2008
SOP newswirePress Conference by the President - Thank you all. Good morning. This week I went to the Pentagon for the swearing-in of our nation's new Secretary of Defense, Bob Gates. Secretary Gates is going
SOP newswireGates Meets With Troops Over Breakfast in Baghdad, Asks Their Advice - BAGHDAD, Dec. 21, 2006 – Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates is here to ask tough questions of generals, diplomats and Iraqi leaders. But this morning, he asked some of the same questions to a different group of the people putting their lives on the line every day here: junior enlisted soldiers and Army noncommissioned officers.
SOP newswireSudan Must Implement Peace Plan by End of 2006, U.S. Envoy Says - Washington -- If Sudan does not implement fully a negotiated Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) for Darfur by the end of 2006, the United States will embark on another strategy to bring
SOP newswireGates: Nothing more important than succeeding in Iraq - BAGHDAD — Succeeding in Iraq is the Defense Department’s top priority, newly sworn-in Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, said here Wednesday.
SOP newswireRice Supports Palestinian Efforts To Resolve Political Crisis - Washington –- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has thrown her support behind Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in his efforts to restore stability to
Will RobertsCongressional Book of the Month Club- Now that Congress Convened - Well we are in the full swing of the holiday shopping season, and with our government spending our money like they got a new credit card with an open-line of credit,
SOP newswireBush Says Victory in Iraq Achievable - WASHINGTON, Dec. 20, 2006 – Victory in Iraq is achievable, and retreat from Iraq is not an option, President Bush said today during a White House news conference.
SOP newswireCEFTA: Bucharest Signing of New Central European Free Trade Agreement - The United States congratulates all ten parties - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, UNMIK/Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and Romania - who
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