The actions of officials responsible for the failed Battle of Mogadishu seem relics of a bygone era compared to leadership’s response after the Afghanistan withdrawal.
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 only hope for suffering people is the witness of the church — the people who believe truth is still worth dying for.
Perfect soldiers are predictable, unquestioningly obedient, and silent unless spoken to first. Good men, on the other hand, are entirely irregular.
A Politico bureau chief berated a group of maskless Capitol tourists who turned out to be the family of fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee.
‘I recommended we keep 2,500 troops in Afghanistan,’ Gen. McKenzie told the Senate Armed Services Committee — but that wasn’t Biden’s story.
The media want Biden to look like a victim of circumstances out of his control. He’s not. He’s the perpetrator of nearly every disaster we’re seeing.
‘Joe Biden and his team were more interested in advancing their phony culture war than they were protecting American lives,’ Hawley told The Federalist.
We failed to take several steps required to win an armed conflict: identifying an achievable end-state, defining the resources we are willing to expend, and considering the lengths we are willing to go to.
It’s tough to maintain the illusion that you’re the answer to America’s ills when everything you touch crumbles. Biden’s learning this lesson the hard way.
Since news broke that Gen. Mark Milley might have committed treason, the chorus of GOP leaders calling for an investigation or termination is growing.
Trump called Mitch McConnell a ‘disaster,’ said George W. Bush was one of the ‘worst presidents in history,’ and riffed on who exactly is running Biden’s White House.
It turns out that silencing discourse, stopping thought, and brainwashing the population with propaganda has serious consequences.
The Anti-Defamation League’s apology for its past opposition to a Ground Zero mosque showed how the anniversary was used to change the narrative from one about terrorism to a myth about prejudice.
A private will suffer greater consequences for losing a rifle than a general will for losing a war.
While all lives saved are a victory, the situation in Afghanistan with athletes exemplifies America’s culture of athlete supremacy.
After 20 years, I plan to rededicate myself to reminding others that with all the problems in the world, America and her founding is not one of them.
We have been a decadent, woke, rump kowtower to a gulag state. Instead, we must be America again — cultivating excellence, instilling confidence, and creating patriots.
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