Military dogs are more important than ever in keeping our service men and women safe.
There are consequences from leaving the military adrift and undirected.
The annual Intelligence Authorization bill has become the latest battleground in the ongoing Surveillance Reform War.
It is distressing that it seems any urgency for increased cyber security at federal agencies has been short-lived or for show.
The military’s current reliance on fossil fuels is unsustainable and costly.
Many of the nuclear weapons awaiting dismantlement are from the same era as typewriters.
The bill backs an unaffordable plan to modernize or replace nearly every aspect of the United States’ oversized nuclear arsenal.
Washington must invest in ways to prevent the SAM’s sale from altering the balance of power in the Persian Gulf.
The current system gives a man or woman who serves twenty years a generous retirement, but leaves those who are unable or unwilling to serve twenty years nothing.
The nuclear nine are in breach of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).