President Biden's new plan to bring our troops home from Afghanistan is a positive and necessary change. But we must also repeal the AUMF that sanctioned the war, and opens the door for more endless war in the future.
While the Global War on Terror is full of commendable bravery, have any of our endless wars demonstrated themselves to be worth the cost? No.
With this new search to root "extremism" out of the U.S. military, this witch hunt will only serve to eliminate conservative views and politicize the armed forces, writes ret. Col. Douglas Macgregor.
The United States had accomplished its national security goals in Afghanistan in 2002, only nine months into the war, but squandered this early success with two decades of attempted nation-building.
Reporting from the New York Times indicates that U.S. troops are expected to be withdrawn from Afghanistan by July, months before the newly established September deadline, along with thousands of contractors.
Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting has accumulated stark examples of the corporate press misreporting and unfairly framing our military withdrawal from Afghanistan, all in support of the War Party.
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