John Lucas is a practicing attorney who has tried and argued a variety of cases, including before the U. S. Supreme Court. Before entering law school at the University of Texas, he served in the Army Special Forces as an enlisted man and then graduated from the U. S. Military Academy at West Point in 1969. He is an Army Ranger and fought in Vietnam as an infantry platoon leader. He is married with five children. He and his wife now live in Virginia.
While maneuvering his Third Army to relieve Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge, Gen. George Patton would have been outranked by ‘first transgender admiral’ Rachel Levine.
It is an over-simplification to suggest that Scheller has been jailed because he demanded accountability from senior leaders or that he has been ‘punished for fighting for freedom.’
The president’s treatment of Border Patrol is only his latest failure of leadership. He blame others for his own mistakes and lacks moral courage.
There is no greater danger to the country than this effort to politicize the military by ensuring that all officers hew to the political party line of this administration.
‘Whether it is true or not,’ this president and his enablers ‘need to project a different picture’: that the Afghanistan retreat was a great success.
The White House press secretary showed once again that the administration has misled us even about small things since the very beginning.
Gen. Mark Milley’s testimony can only be true if he counts as domestic enemies the thousands of Donald Trump supporters and conservatives who attended the president’s rally.
Although couched in judicious language, the majority opinion leaves no doubt that Sullivan’s actions were not just wrong but a fundamental abuse of our system of government.
No U.S. court would permit Democrats’ tactic of designating a witness to testify and then allowing that witness to conduct a surprise cross-examination of an attorney for the other side.
In Tom Friedman’s world, a Cabinet officer’s faithful execution of a president’s policies after private disagreement is both ‘cowardly’ and ‘slimy,’ not to mention cause for eternal damnation.
Vindman publicly and gratuitously questioned the policies of his commander in chief and did so in a partisan political setting. The U.S. military should nip that in the bud.
Alex Vindman’s testimony about the July 25 call between the two presidents does not add any new facts. So, what does he say? He offers his opinions about the wisdom of the call. That’s it.
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