Articles by Malou Innocent
Sen. Rand Paul must continue his efforts to question the unlimited war powers used by the president.
Many war veterans go through the most traumatic experience of their lives only to have their government fail to deliver benefits it promised.
The policies meant to "protect" Americans can be easily used against them.
Few Americans know their hard-earned tax dollars subsidize Egypt's military.
During his State of the Union, President Obama showed he isn't listening to the American people when it comes to foreign policy.
Let's hope the over decade-long sacrifice to promote democracy wasn't purposeless.
The United States can both value being a strong military power and allow other countries in the Far East to assert a greater leadership role.
President Obama was critical of Bush's use of unchecked executive power in the war on terror, but his own policies are dangerously similar.
The American reaction to recent unrest in Libya proves the United States is too quick to intervene militarily in foreign conflicts of little strategic importance.