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About the author

Larry Horist

Larry Horist is a conservative activist with an extensive background in public policy and political issues. Clients of his consulting firm have included such conservative icons as Steve Forbes and Milton Friedman, and he has served as a consultant to the White House under Presidents Nixon and Reagan. He has testified as an expert witness before numerous legislative bodies, including the U. S. Congress and lectured at Harvard University, Northwestern University, Florida Atlantic University, Knox College and Hope College. An award winning debater, his insightful and sometimes controversial commentaries appear frequently on the editorial pages of newspapers across the nation. He can be reached at lph@thomasandjoyce.com.

5 Comments

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    Geojarhead@yahoo.com

    If I were in charge, I would pull out of NATO entirely, screw them if they can’t keep up with the amounts they are supposed to pay for their own protection. I’m pretty tired of taking all the ugly girls to dinner when it’s supposed to be, pay your own way……the U.S. is not here to support all the deadbeat countries around the world…….

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    Max

    In fairness Obama at least told NATO that they needed to meet their fair share of the budget but then failed to follow through with any enforcement. Trump did what it takes to get many deadbeat countries to cough-up their contributions. Trump should get the credit for initiating the change in the status quo in NATO. Unfortunately the reduction in the US budget contributions will be offset in the future by Pelosi and her cronies attending the conference in Spain to discuss how we can give more to the Climate Change hoax – world taxation. While Trump is trying to get our money back the Democrats are looking for ways of spending money we do not have. Sad!

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    Nikita63

    NEITHER NATO THE U.N. OR THE COMMIERAT PARTY IN THIS COUNTRY WILL ACKNOWLEDGE THE S8CESS OF PRESIDENT RUM TO GET THESE POND SCUM PARASITES AND DIDELING DOLTS OF THEIR WORTHLESS BACKSIDES AND STRENGTHENING MEMBER NATIONS IN COMMON SENSE FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY. However, it has NOT been lost of the voting constuencies of this country what he has been able to accompish despite total obstruction and acts defined as either seditious or treasonous by U.S. Code Chapter 18 which also gicves the PENALITIS for those found guilty of such acts in THIS country and under ITS laws; not the U.N.s or NATO’s ; neither of which would exist were it not for U,S. intervention and their saving grace in two World Wars and the Cold War! So, if these back stabbing buffoons choose not to acknowledge Trump for forcing their hands, so be it but, American Voters KNOW why this HAPPENED and it WILL be reflected in the landslide election result a year from now that will destroy the democratic party criminals and our false friend “allies!”

  4. 4

    Ed Kivitz

    He’s the best, why doesn’t our left wing news cast report it on the daily news, like NBC, ABC,

    CBS, the Communist news network (CNN) ?

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    Shell

    People in the “KNOW” are well aware why the member nations ramped up their contributions. President Donald J. Trump can mention their lackadaisical attitude about their support and it makes them look cheap worldwide, therefore they increase their payments somewhat. Let’s watch closely to see if they continue. WE GIVE OUR PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP for his unique LEADERSHIP!

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