In a letter to the editor, Inna Patrick of Boise, Idaho writes that the continuation of the AUMFs only benefit the military-industrial complex while harming the interests of regular Americans.
Recent statements given by administration officials indicate that the United States is planning to maintain a military occupation of Iraq for decades, if not indefinitely. This continuation of war is illegal, costly, and harmful to the security of the American people.
In a new letter to President Joe Biden, Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) advises that the United States should remain on the current military time table and withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by May, lest it become a "slippery slope."
Washington DC's court intellectuals lament that the American people lack a requisite bloodlust and care too much about their soldiers' lives. The Cato Institute's Doug Bandow responds armchair revolutionaries like Robert Kagan.
South Dakota State Rep. Aaron Aylward (R-Harrisburg) has introduced a "Defend the Guard" bill into his state legislature just as BringOurTroopsHome.US Chairman Dan McKnight travels to the Rushmore state to advocate for our nation's veterans.
Rejecting the fantasies of people like Madeleine Albright, National Review's Michael Brendan Dougherty makes clear that the pursuit of permanent "stability" in Afghanistan is an excuse for endless war.
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