A 9:03 a.m., we all saw it happen. We saw, live on TV, what turned out to be Flight 175 fly directly into the South Tower.
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.
The left hates America and ordinary Americans at least as much as the 9/11 hijackers did, and for some of the same reasons.
To our 9/11 generation of veterans: Thank you for hearing your nation’s call to service and keeping us safe. We didn’t forget you.
There’s no nice way to say this, but somebody has to: There have been a lot of bad reactions on the right to the Afghanistan calamity.
As the post-9/11 chapter closes, a new one begins, marked above all by the end of American deterrence and the eclipse of American power.
What should American veterans, servicemembers, and their families, friends, and countrymen who poured their blood, sweat, tears, and treasure into Afghanistan take away from all this?
No one is debating the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. The question is, why did the withdrawal devolve into a horrifying disaster?
Joe Biden and his team cannot duck questions forever. And the questions will only get more difficult with the passing days.
The Americans who died in Afghanistan won’t have done so in vain if we learn the long-term lesson here: the people who lead this country aren’t fit for the task.
Under Biden’s direct command, the Taliban reportedly seized hundreds of U.S. Humvees, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, and several million-dollar U.S. drones.
That the decrepit state of planning in the leadup to a known and announced withdrawal deadline persists so late in the game is unforgivable.
Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway blasted the two decades of disastrous nation-building in Afghanistan that have resulted in strategic failure.
The DC establishment is at fault for promoting an unattainable outcome in Afghanistan for almost two decades and being ‘stunned’ when faced with the reality.
Forty years since the Soviet invasion, it was Americans’ turn to learn the same lessons delivered to all great powers who venture into Afghanistan.
Especially in such polarized times, there’s cause to be wary of threats to our liberties from a national security regime with expanded domestic powers.
Giving more power, especially over American citizens, to such people is a greater threat to our constitutional government than the idiot rioters who attacked the Capitol.
Al-Shabaab does not pose a threat to America that cannot be handled more effectively by our global intelligence networks and ability to strike direct threats to our country.
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