Tom Rogan, Washington Examiner

Tom Rogan

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  • Washington Examiner
Past:
  • CapX
  • Red Alert Politics
  • CNBC
  • The Daily Beast
  • CNN
  • National Review
  • Free Beacon
  • The Telegraph
  • The Guardian

Recent articles by Tom:

Undermining Taliban narrative, US kills al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri in Kabul

The Washington Examiner can confirm that a U.S. drone strike over the weekend killed al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri in Kabul, Afghanistan. The news of al Zawahiri's death was originally reported by the Associated Press. President Joe Biden will announce the news from the White House on Monday evening. → Read More

Biden administration should disclose any Iran links to Masih Alinejad plotter

It is likely that Iran is deploying terrorists to assassinate American journalists on U.S. soil. → Read More

A very British chaos

As of Wednesday afternoon U.S. Eastern time, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is refusing to resign. He's resisting major pressure from Conservative Party parliamentarians over their loss of trust in his leadership following numerous incidents of apparent dishonesty. Although he's facing a… → Read More

Joint FBI-MI5 speech illustrates Britain's big shift on China

Chinese automaker BYD has surpassed Tesla as the world’s largest producer of electric vehicles, according to company filings, underscoring Beijing’s advantage in the sector. BYD, which is part-owned by Warren Buffett, sold 641,000 vehicles in the first half of 2022, according to company filings, a more than 300% jump from the same point last year. → Read More

Boris Johnson fights for survival as top ministers resign

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting for his political survival on Tuesday after the resignation of two of his top government ministers. → Read More

Russian explosions point to Ukraine's embrace of the British special forces model

Storage tanks at a major oil depot in the Russian city of Bryansk exploded early on Monday. Was Ukraine responsible? → Read More

Putin threatens CIA over seemingly Kremlin-imagined assassination plot

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday accused Western intelligence services, specifically the CIA, of advising Ukraine on how to assassinate a senior Russian propagandist, Vladimir Solovyov. → Read More

Biden is dithering as allies push for tougher response to Russia's war crimes

A pair of Democrats are encouraging President Joe Biden to step up oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico – as gas prices continue to squeeze American wallets. Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Mark Kelly of Arizona said in a letter to Biden this week that encouraging more domestic energy production could boost America’s foreign policy. → Read More

In Ramzan Kadyrov's criticism, a window into Putin's growing Ukraine crisis

One of President Vladimir Putin's most important allies is becoming increasingly outspoken in his criticisms of the Kremlin over its execution of the war in Ukraine. → Read More

Why China is very unlikely to send military equipment to help Russia in Ukraine

Were China to provide military equipment to support Russia's war with Ukraine, Xi Jinping would be creating catastrophic risks for his own global agenda. → Read More

How Russia is preparing for war

The United States and Russia are deadlocked after talks on Monday over Moscow’s desire to block any future NATO expansion to the east. However, officials agreed to continue discussions on other high-stakes security issues. The Biden administration is hoping these talks can avert an invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Russia rewards Biden's appeasement with Afghanistan base insult

His 2020 campaign pledges to the contrary, President Joe Biden has become Russian President Vladimir Putin's cooperative comrade. → Read More

Apple and Google join Putin's KGB

The Florida Board of Education (BOE) approved a rule in June that mandates K-12 public schools teach American history based on “universal principles stated in the Declaration of Independence” and bans “critical race theory” (CRT) from being taught. → Read More

US allies deeply concerned by Biden's detachment

America's closest allies are deeply concerned by what they regard as calamitous recent leadership from President Joe Biden. → Read More

Biden must heed Russia's latest threat to US forces in Syria

Russia desperately wants U.S. military forces out of northeastern Syria. → Read More

Germany's pathetic China dock diplomacy

Germany wants the U.S. to believe that its new naval deployment, which began on Monday, is a show of support for Washington in the Indo-Pacific. In reality, that deployment is proving only Germany's increasingly pathetic submission to China. → Read More

Why does stigma still soar with UFOs?

Even after the U.S. government assessed last month that some unidentified flying objects are likely to be "physical objects" of unknown origin, intent, and capability, the UFO topic remains rife with skepticism and stigma. → Read More

Be wary of the Russian national security council 'leak'

Executives in the Tokyo Olympics banned spectators from attending the event after Japan declared a state of emergency due to coronavirus concerns. Tokyo President Seiko Hashimoto announced the development Thursday after Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga put the country on alert over the delta COVID-19 strain. The games are set to begin July 23. → Read More

Johns Hopkins University honors a fictional version of Angela Merkel

Johns Hopkins University is one of the finest educational institutions in the world. Still, the university's leadership needs to refresh its knowledge of recent history. → Read More

Decoding the government's UFO report

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." → Read More