President Biden has done a disservice to the American people and our soldiers by delaying the withdrawal from Afghanistan by four months, writes former Congressman Ron Paul of Texas.
After an unnecessary, two decade long, slow rolling defeat in Afghanistan, the United States must learn that there are consequences for irresponsible military campaigns and that the U.S. Constitution should be put before the ego of politicians.
The American Legion, one of the finest veterans organizations in the country, has endorsed a military withdrawal from Afghanistan, saying after twenty years its time to end our "Forever War."
On Tuesday, when it was first reported that the Biden administration would be delaying a military withdrawal from Afghanistan until September, the Idaho Press spoke with Sgt. Dan McKnight, founder of BringOurTroopsHome.US, to appraise his thoughts.
The Western Journal interviews Sgt. Dan McKnight, founder of BringOurTroopsHome.US, about Joe Biden's postponement of the the withdrawal date from Afghanistan.
As a U.S. Army Captain, Dan Berschinski lost both of his legs fighting in Afghanistan. More than a decade later, we're still there. He explains why this dishonors his sacrifice, and puts his fellow soldiers at unnecessary risk.