Ret. Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis explains how the United States can simultaneously have the strongest military in the world and still be losing in the Middle East. We should no longer send our military on impossible missions, and bring our troops home.
From guarding the Capitol, to COVID relief, to disaster response, and to overseas deployments, our National Guard is being exhausted and retention rates are dropping. We must bring our troops home to relieve the strain and put America first.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin will be undertaking a review of U.S. troop levels in the Middle East, which are at their lowest point ever in the Global War on Terror. He should decide to complete a full withdrawal.
Andrea Mazzarino, co-founder of Brown University's Costs of War Project, describes how the negative repercussions of war go far beyond combat deaths, and the inadequate assistance we give America's veterans.
During his senate confirmation hearings, Secretary of State Antony Blinken was made to answer important questions by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) about ending regime change wars and bringing our troops home.
As more politicians and journalists demand the expulsion of members of the U.S. National Guard for politicial opinions, ret. Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis of Defense Priorities reminds us that our National Guard is made up of patriotic volunteers who do not deserve demonization.
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