Members of Congress ought to take the same oath as seriously, and follow their constitutional duty to vote on questions of war and peace.
Instead of spending trillions of dollars overseas in endless wars and trying to rule the world, our leaders' primary concern should be fixing our problems at home, says Doug Bandow of the Cato Institute.
Twenty years of endless war have depleted enthusiasm for military recruitment, creating manpower shortages and leaving the United States less defended.
For at least the next four years, U.S. foreign policy will be guided by the choices of President Joe Biden. What will that mean for U.S. troop presence in the Middle East? Danny Sjursen explains.
As the United States approaches 20 years of the Global War on Terror, the malignant side effects of permanent war continues to corride our domestic civil life.
In this letter to the editor from Oregon, an everyday American demands Congress repeal its AUMFs for Iraq and Afghanistan and reclaim its authority to end forever wars. Follow their lead in writing for your local paper!
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