In this press release, Reps. Mike Gallagher (R-Wisconsin), Jared Golden (D-Maine), Peter Meijer (R-Michigan), and Abigail Spanberger (D-Virginia) announce their introduction of a resolution to repeal the 1957, 1991, and 2002 Authorizations for Use of Military Force.
Adam Weinstein, a Marine who served in Afghanistan, says the United States must keep to the May 1 withdrawal deadline, or we will see an increase in soldier's deaths throughout the summer.
By January 20, 2021, on orders of the President the number of troops in Afghanistan was meant to be down to 2,500. It was revealed this week that due to fudging the numbers, the actual number of American soldiers in Afghanistan is 3,500.
While some proponents of executive supremacy will try to rewrite history (and the Constitution), Dan DePetris makes clear in National Review that the Founding Fathers intended Congress to have authority over war powers.
Ret. Major Danny Sjursen, who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan, explains how the military's continued presence in Iraq and Syria, where they're coming under rocket attacks, puts their lives at risk for no discernable gains for American safety.
The F-35 combat aircraft is the most expensive weapons program in history, costing $1.7 trillion. And it doesn't even work. Why does the government allow the weapons industry to rob the American people blind?