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.”
On Syria, Obama is all over
What a pathetic mess.
Obama’s ‘red line’ undermines U.S. power
The twists and turns of Obama’s policy toward Syria are reducing America’s power in the world.
Just whose war is this?
If the Republican Party backs this war, it will own this war.
Did President Obama abandon our fighting men in Benghazi?
Obama seeks an accomplice for Syria action
Does Obama understand the perils of being denied an authorization he has sought, and then treating the denial as irrelevant?
Obama’s Syrian ‘red line’
– now what?
How about we cut to the chase and have the debate we should be having: Whether to go to war against Iran?
Framers: No, Obama cannot attack Syria without Congress
Washington and the Framers made the case better than anyone else.
No Syrian War to save
Are we really required to go to war to get the egg off Obama’s face?
Serious about Syria?
What is military action in Syria supposed to accomplish?
Why many Republicans won’t support Obama on Syria attack
Republicans have a compelling case for rejecting the president’s request.
Kerry: Fight violence with violence?
The question is no longer “What do we know?” but “What are we in the world going to do about it?”
Indians still cherish memory of Maj. Gen. Tinker
His father told him how the Osages were mighty warriors, often growing to 7 feet in height. He also told him about Tinker.
Video: U.S. military prepares to move out of Afghanistan
This detailed report offers an inside view of how US Forces are moving out of Afghanistan.
Medal of Honor Roll: Harold A. Furlong
Immediately after the opening of the attack in the Bois-de-Bantheville, when his company was held up by severe machinegun fire from the front, which killed his company commander and several soldiers…
Face of Defense: South Korean Soldier sees alliance firsthand
But after he was selected to serve in the Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army program, known as KATUSA, Lee said, his attitude quickly changed.
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