‘Sky Soldiers’ train Bulgarians to counter IED’s
Troopers of the 173rd Brigade Combat Team help allies prepare for deployments to Afghanistan.
Almost 200 years later, the National Anthem continues to inspire
There is more to “The Star Spangled Banner” than meets the ear.
Congress must recapture its lost war powers
For the United States, it was a damn near-run thing that we are not now in a major war.
Obama’s wing-it diplomacy undermines U.S. credibility
Only the most credulous Obama fans are fooled.
All military action undertaken by Democrats for the last half-century has led to utter disaster.
Obama bypasses law- again
Obamalaw will cut military pay raises by almost half
9/11: America’s unfinished business
Before we head to Syria to avenge the mass murder of their kids, how about we finish avenging ours?
Obama’s Syria speech: the mouse that roared
Obama handles political spin much better than he deals with international crises.
Road to Damascus
We ought to worry more about details.
Remembering a victim of
The world must never forget the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks.
The Obama Doctrine:
Call it USLKOE
Kerry announced that an American attack on the Assad regime would be an “unbelievably small, limited kind of effort.”
America says ‘No!’ to a
“Either you convert to Islam or you will be beheaded.”
Syria and Obama
Why should a single American, a single Israeli, or a single Syrian civilian should be killed simply to spare Pres. Obama embarrassment?
Syria presents a constitutional moment
No U.S. president should assume he is, as de Gaulle almost mystically did, the nation, or is solely responsible for it.
On Syria, Obama’s problem with GOP could grow worse
The Obama administration might be manipulating the evidence for war.
A no vote on Syria may cripple Obama’s domestic agenda too
Will a Syrian defeat in Congress cripple the administration completely, with 40 months left in the executive’s term?
Army launches 50th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam War
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30, 2013 – The afternoon in the Pentagon auditorium on Aug. 28 was a time for reflection on a war that spanned 10 years and cost the country the lives of more than 58,000 young men and women. | Read More »
A response to ‘Cork Graham is a CIA-faker’ (Part 1)
A veteran of America’s hot war in Central America answers the charge he faked his work for the CIA.
Unless he’s serious, vote no
The president proposes attacking Syria, and his top military officer cannot tell you the objective.
One year later: Camp Bastion families still Fighting for truth
As military families know, there is no such thing as “no boots on the ground.”
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