John Byrnes, who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan as a New York Army National Guardsman, wrote in support of the Global War on Terror back in the mid-2000s. Now he's back to say he was wrong.
In a new op-ed, Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona explains his vote to repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Force against Iraq and his support for repealing the 2001 AUMF as well and bringing our troops home.
As U.S. troops departed the Bagram Air Base, former congressman and presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul compares the failure to remake Afghanistan in America's image to the pitfalls of the Vietnam War.
U.S. soldiers have withdrawn from the largest military base in Afghanistan, Bagram, once a bustling transit hall of over 100,000 troops.
As our military withdrawal from Afghanistan proceeds, hawks keep squawking that the U.S. must keep a permanent troop contingent in country. These people aren't living in reality.
There are reports that the U.S. will keep 650 soldiers stationed in Afghanistan, with debate over whether their task will be diplomatic defense at our embassy our continued support to the Kabul government in combat.
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