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John Ubaldi

John Ubaldi is president and founder of Ubaldi Reports, which provides credible, political content, addressing domestic and global issues. John is a 30-year retired veteran of the United States Marine Corps with three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. During his time in the Marine Corps, John became a foremost authority on civil affairs as it relates to counterinsurgency and irregular warfare, and he is an author in various military journals. John authored the book The New Business Brigade: Veterans Dynamic Impact on U.S. Business currently available on Amazon. His knowledge of Middle Eastern culture and national security policy has afforded him the opportunity to speak on many national and local news programs such as the syndicated national news program “Washington Journal” and other radio and television programs.

Double Standard Exists with Regard to Sexual Misconduct

OP/ED: When a Republican is charged with misconduct, everyone is outraged, but when it’s a Democrat, he or she is given a free pass.

What Will a Divided Government Mean for the US?

We now have a divided government again. How this change in leadership will affect the nation is anybody’s guess at the moment.

Trump Shakes Up Middle East with Unexpected Troop Pullout

In a stunning move, President Trump decided to remove all U.S. combat forces from Syria. What will be left behind in the U.S. troop pullout?

Russia Further Cements Its Presence in the Middle East

Russia and the Middle East: The U.S. had better understand the current situation or we will pay a high price for our ineffectiveness.

Can The New House Democratic Majority Agree on Health Care, Immigration and 'Green' Issues?

Health care, the environment and immigration are three hot topics on Capitol Hill. Will all Democratic factions in the House unite on these issues?

US Military Preeminence Faces Many Challenges

Never in recent memory has the United States faced so many immense global challenges. But is our military 100 percent prepared for what confronts us today?

Midterm Elections End without Mention of National Debt

National Debt: If the US is ever going to get its fiscal house in order, it needs to increase economic growth and substantially alter its spending appetite.

Split Decision: Democrats Take House, GOP Retains Senate

The fallout from the 2018 midterm elections will carry over into the 2020 presidential election and that contest effectively begins today.

Mid-Terms: Is A 'Blue Wave' On The Horizon?

Historically, the party that controls the White House during the mid-terms often suffers at the ballot box when a 'wave' of voters participates.

2018 Midterm Elections: Most Consequential of Our Time

Millions of voters are neither progressives nor conservatives. It is these independents who will likely decide the outcome of the U.S. mid-term elections.