Daniel J. Gallington
Articles by Daniel J. Gallington
The U.S. Senate is not where we typically find the best leadership for the national security and foreign policy departments of the executive branch of our government.
Leaders of states that sponsor terrorists must know that they are personally at risk, perhaps with nuclear weapons.
Executive orders set up a classic and fundamental constitutional conflict with Congress.
The bad guys in the world need to fear the United States.
We must direct our resources and political energies on aggressive and effective new public mental health initiatives.
Eliminating OPEC's control over oil prices would reduce the cost of oil and the influence of oil-rich Middle Eastern countries.
In the wake of Sandy Hook, we must deal with the human, emotional, and mental health factors that contribute to such tragedies.
Washington must address the fiscal cliff, Syria, Benghazi, and other national security issues before the end of the year.
President Obama and Congress need to end their standoff over U.S. cybersecurity.
Congress is trying too hard to be "relevant" when it comes to the Benghazi attack, a result of its attempts to over-regulate.