On June 6, 1944, and the days following, hundreds of thousands of U.S. and Allied troops waded ashore in France as part of the D-Day invasion to liberate Nazi-occupied Europe.
Now, 76 years later, is that American-led invasion of Europe finally, hopefully, drawing toward an end?
Radio Show Host Pat Ford, speaking in regards to Lt Gov Janice McGeachin, states, "A stunning Op-Ed in the Idaho Statesman came up in my digital research and it struck me first off after reading it...that somehow I had ran into digitally possibly THE most liberty-focused executive officer of any state here in the United States."
Bringing our troops home from foreign military adventures, ending our dependence on China for essential goods, building 21st-century infrastructure, protecting the rights and liberties of Americans from corporate-government-media power grabs—these are opportunities to find common ground, and that ground is not necessarily in the middle.
BOISE, Idaho -- Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID), chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, last week signed a pledge sponsored by the national veterans group BringOurTroopsHome.US, promising that in the future, he will "insist that Congress exercise the Constitutional authority granted solely to the legislative branch to declare war"