The Central Intelligence Agency is the latest government agency to demonstrate its partisan nature, and its overt politicization harms the nation.
Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., introduced a measure to ban critical race theory in military service academies, warning our military readiness is at risk.
Facebook “fact-checkers” determined an article is “missing context” when The Federalist quotes a scientist but not when a “60 Minutes” report does.
Meghan O’Sullivan, sits on the board of Raytheon, a defense contracting company. WaPo felt that wasn’t important information to disclose.
It costs $5 to $11 million to train a military pilot. About 10 percent of female Air Force pilots are pregnant at any given time. How does this best serve taxpayers and American defense?
There are AI-assisted weapons already in use, but they still require a human operator to confirm targets and order the kill. That is changing rapidly.
Trump pulled the most troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan in two-decades, but President Joe Biden is unsure if he will work toward peace by the May 1 deadline.
Supporting law and order when it threatens the commander in chief? That’s too political. Defending Biden from critiques of his policy? That’s not political, according to our military.
The federal government just used its publicly employed career professionals to target a working journalist for professional destruction.
Billionaire Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, is at it again. This time, he is trying to create his own city in southeast Texas.
Instead of intimidating servicemembers for expressing normal political beliefs, military leaders should investigate whether military personnel are being recruited by extremists on both ends of the spectrum.
Chris Bedford and Emily Jashinsky discuss why troops and fences still plague D.C. and how Biden’s promise of a return to normalcy is failing.
Orders to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria should closely follow the conclusion of Biden’s review.
Nunes and Laura Ingraham discuss the Democrat Party’s insatiable lust to win at all costs, and the occupation of the U.S. Capitol for no reason.
While Psaki’s comments represent a disregard for a Trump-established military branch that has evidently saved lives and expanded the innovation capacity of the U.S. military, Biden has been reported as unlikely to scrap the program.
Fears of extremists in the National Guard in DC were completely unfounded.
After the Capitol riot, Dems and the media breathlessly reported that state capitols all over the nation would face a similar fate — but they didn’t. Why?
It appears that the belief in widespread dishonesty among American youth has become an excuse to lower standards for the presumed gradual ‘development’ of more recently joined cadets.
Stewart was once asked in a documentary what kind of man he wanted to be remembered as. ‘A guy who believed in hard work, and decent values, love of country, love of family, love of community, love of God,’ he responded.
One factor in a bunch of Americans opting for Donald Trump in 2016 was his promise not to start a new war in the Middle East — but the D.C. establishment secretly kept troops in Syria, and lied about it to the president.
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