Barbara Boland, AmericanConservative

Barbara Boland


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Barbara:

Biden Administration Issues First Russia Sanctions

Even the Washington Post admitted the sanctions are 'largely symbolic.' So will sanctions change how Putin behaves towards the U.S. or the E.U.? → Read More

Why Hasn't Biden Rejoined the Iran Deal?

The U.S. and Iran are playing a dangerous game of nuclear chicken, with each country daring the other to make the first move. → Read More

Biden's Airstrike Still Reliant on Iraq AUMF

While this is the first known use of military force by the Biden administration, it will likely not be the last. → Read More

Biden: China's Genocide of Uighurs Just Different 'Norms'

Biden said he is “not going to speak out against” the Chinese Communist Party’s actions in Hong Kong, in Taiwan, or their actions against the Uighurs. → Read More

Graham 'Very Pleased' With Biden Plan to Stay in Afghanistan

What sort of “conditions” might have to be met in Afghanistan in order for Biden to withdraw? They're not likely to ever be met, experts say. → Read More

Why is America 'Contingency Planning' for War with Iran?

Joe Biden wants to reengage with Tehran and has expressed skepticism of the Saudis. So why the aggressive posturing? → Read More

Trump Pardons Big Money Rappers, Donors—But Not Whistleblowers

No swamp draining here, as Julian Assange and Edward Snowden are hung out to dry. → Read More

U.S. Cuts Troops in Afghanistan to 2,500, Lowest Since 2001

'The U.S. is closer than ever to ending nearly two decades of war and welcoming in an Afghan-owned, Afghan-led peace process,' said Miller → Read More

Pentagon Chief Waited Hours to Send Capitol Aid: Why?

Repeated requests for Guard assistance were denied and delayed, even though hundreds of National Guard were on standby outside D.C. → Read More

Pompeo: Al Qaeda 'Has a New Home Base' in Iran

U.S. intelligence officials do not support the claims Pompeo made Tuesday. → Read More

Iran to Enrich Uranium at 20%, Seizes Tanker in Strait

In his last weeks in office, Trump may box the Biden administration into a corner on Iran. → Read More

Trump Should Pardon Assange, Keep Him From the 'Hands of the Deep State'

If extradited and convicted, Assange faces a maximum sentence of 175 years for the “crime” of publishing. → Read More

Scientist, Spy Chief, Apologist for Torture? Meet Biden's New DNI

Avril Haines created the legal framework for Obama's drone policy, as well as legal cover for CIA agents involved in torture. → Read More

'Decapitations' at DOD: 'A Purge,' 'A Coup' or Something Else?

The dismissals have been called 'nefarious,' a 'purge,' a 'dangerous day' and Trump 'burning down' the Defense Department. → Read More

After Esper, Top Pentagon Official Ousted

Are the firings due to malice on the part of Trump, or is he trying to get U.S. troops out of Afghanistan once and for all? → Read More

Defense Secretary Mark Esper Fired

President Donald Trump announced Monday afternoon that he had fired Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. “Mark Esper has been terminated,” Trump tweeted. “I would like to thank him for his service.” “I am pleased to announce that Christopher C. Miller, the highly respected Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (unanimously confirmed by the Senate), will be … → Read More

Will President Biden's Likely Secretaries of State End Forever Wars?

A look at Biden's top picks, and whether Biden will echo the national security policies of the administration he previously served. → Read More

Top 50 U.S. Think Tanks Receive Over $1B from Gov, Defense Contractors

The military-industrial complex greases supposedly neutral US think tanks to the tune of over $1 billion a year → Read More

How Azerbaijan is Lobbying Washington to Sanitize its War

Documents reveal a flurry of activity to convince beltway elites that Armenia is the aggressor and the U.S. should favor Azerbaijan. → Read More

First Debate Full of Missed Opportunities for Biden

Strangely, Biden failed to land any punches on the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More