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State Rep. Steve Johnson of Michigan Introduces 'Defend the Guard'

For the second year, Steve Johnson (R-Wayland) has introduced 'Defend the Guard" into the Michigan State House. Johnson is a former member of the U.S. Air Force.... read more

04

Feb

By: William J. Astore

A Ten-Point Plan to Put America First

William J. Astore, a ret. Lietenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force, has prepared a ten-point plan of action to reform U.S. foreign policy and put the needs of America and her soldiers above all else. If President Biden is smart, he'll listen.... read more

03

Feb

By: Scott Shackford

Joe Biden Is Preparing to Break the Afghan Withdrawal Agreement

Both ABC News and Reuters is reporting that President Biden is planning on keeping U.S. troops in Afghanistan past the May exit date negotiated by Donald Trump. This is a collossal mistake and a backtrack on his campaign promise. ... read more

03

Feb

By: Daniel L. Davis

Don't Make U.S. Soldiers Sitting Ducks

As the possability of military conflict between the United States and Iran grows, it is imperative to remove U.S. troops from Iraq and Syria where they have no attainable objective but open themselves up to ambush, argues ret. Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis.... read more

01

Feb

By: Daniel L. Davis

Soldiers Can't Win Unwinnable Wars

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.... read more

01

Feb

By: Davis Winkie

We're Exhausting Our National Guard

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.... read more

30

Jan

By: Gordon Lubold and Nancy A. Youssef

Pentagon To Review U.S. Troops Levels in Iraq and Afghanistan

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.... read more

29

Jan

By: Andrea Mazzarino

War Costs More Than You Think

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.... read more

29

Jan

By: Hunter DeRensis

Senator Rand Paul Interrogates Secretary of State Antony Blinken

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.... read more

28

Jan

By: Hunter DeRensis

Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis Defends Integrity of U.S. National Guard

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.... read more

27

Jan

By: David Slone

National Guardsmen Take an Oath That Matters

Members of Congress ought to take the same oath as seriously, and follow their constitutional duty to vote on questions of war and peace.... read more

26

Jan

By: Doug Bandow

Our Attention Is Required at Home

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.... read more

26

Jan

By: Rajan Menon

How Endless War Hurts Military Recruitment

Twenty years of endless war have depleted enthusiasm for military recruitment, creating manpower shortages and leaving the United States less defended.... read more

26

Jan

By: Danny Sjursen

Forecasting a Joe Biden Foreign Policy

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.... read more

25

Jan

By: Will Bunch

Bring Our Troops Home, Not the War

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. ... read more

25

Jan

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