Some great suggestions, same lame ones, and some missed opportunities.
Thirteen Marines and dozens of Afghan civilians are dead in a much-anticipated attack.
Once again, President Trump can’t help but make something meant to recognize real American heroes all about himself.
Washington said farewell to George H.W. Bush today in a service that both remembered his spirit and his heroism, and stands as a sharp rebuke to what politics has been reduced to in America today.
Washington said farewell to John McCain today in a service that both remembered his spirit and his heroism, and stands as a sharp rebuke to what politics has been reduced to in America today.
President Trump reportedly vetoed a plan to issue a statement lauding Senator John McCain after he died on Saturday.
White House Chief Of Staff John Kelly publicly defended the President’s call to a military widow yesterday, but he got several facts wrong in the process.
It’s time to stop honoring the symbols of a nation of racist traitors.
Stop romanticizing the filibuster (and don’t appeal to the intent of the Founders).
As with each previous committee that investigated the 2012 attack on the U.S outpost in Benghazi, the House Select Committee finds that mistakes were made but no evidence of wrongdoing or cover-ups.
To the surprise of many, Russia’s President announced that Russia would begin winding down its six month old intervention in Syria.
Once again, Donald Trump is succeeding because he is saying things many Republicans agree with.
If Jim Webb runs for President, he will be the only candidate in either party who is on record defending the Confederate Battle Flag. And he’s thinking of running as a Democrat.
A headline I did not expect to see, courtesy the Army Times: “Dakota Meyer engaged to Bristol Palin.”
Reflections on a story making the rounds this Independence Day.
While the world watches Ukraine, Central Asia could also be an area where Russia may seek to expand its territory.
Cowardice. There really isn’t any other word for it.
A Jewish-American OSS hero has been denied the nation’s highest military honor.
Colonel Bud Day, who earned a Medal of Honor leading Vietnam POWs, had died, aged 88 years.
Army Staff Sergeant Ty Carter will be the fifth living recipient of the Medal of Honor from the Afghanistan-Iraq era.
American troops may now earn the fourth highest combat medal from the comfort of their desk chair.
Outgoing Senator Jim Webb is making another attempt at passing the Stolen Valor Act, deemed unconstitutional last year by the US Supreme Court.
Political disagreements about war are no reason to dismiss the sacrifices of those who have died for our country.
Jennifer Rubin accuses Colin Powell of political opportunism for hedging on whether to renew his endorsement of Barack Obama.
Andrew Exum believes the Army should “get rid of all medals not related to valor or campaign-specific service.”
Why should lying about having served in combat or been awarded a medal for valor should be legally different from lying about athletic prowess in high school, the number of sexual partners you’ve had, or the size of one’s sex organs?
Thomas Ricks posts several recommendations for fixing the Army. Most of them are really, really stupid.
The short-lived national unity spawned by the attacks of a decade ago was re-kindled for a few hours as former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush joined with Vice President Joe Biden to honor Flight 93.
Like all Presidents before him, Barack Obama is asserting the right to virtually unfettered discretion when it comes to military matters.
Xavier Alvarez lied about having been awarded the Medal Of Honor. Should that be a crime? The Ninth Circuit Court Of Appeals says no, and they’re right.
A new biography of Adolf Hitler analyzes new documents about his World War I service and “concludes that he was not the hero he was later made out to be and that his radicalization shouldn’t necessarily be attributed to his wartime experiences.”
The last American veteran of a conflict which ended nearly a century ago has died.
Sarah Palin released a statement today about the Arizona shootings and the debate that has followed. It’s unlikely to help her.