Instead of using his lame duck period to pardon friends, Donald Trump is using his last months and office to end the longest war in American history--despite the opposition of the national security state.
A new poll and analysis conducted by the Market Research Foundation shows that Generation Z--people in their late teens and early twenties--overwhelmingly opposed further military intervention abroad and instead want a foreign policy that puts the American national interest first.
The polarizing politics surrounding Donald Trump shouldn't get in the way of good policy; both Republicans and Democrats agree that a military withdrawal from Afghanistan is beneficial to the United States.
Out of twenty-three people assigned to President-elect Joe Biden's Department of Defense agency review team--meant to transition him into the White House--at least eight of them were recieving large cash endowments from the arms industry in their most recent employment.
Ret. Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis explains how there has been months of preparation by the Pentagon for a full military withdrawal from Afghanistan, and why the top brass is obliged to obey the orders of their Commander in Chief.
BringOurTroopsHome.US is praising Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) for his bold letter to Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, who is supporting President Donald Trump’s plan for a prompt withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan.
The Heritage Foundation, one of DC's largest conservative think tanks, has endorsed using U.S. soldiers to fight endless wars in the Middle East. Learn in this rebuttal article why bringing our troops home is the position that puts America first, while endless war leads to endless problems.