Our nation's general approach to maintaining stability and deterring conflict is based upon the principle of "Peace through Strength."
We learned the hard way this spring that the federal government’s information systems are woefully vulnerable.
The State Department has one of the worst records in the U.S. government for keeping up with technology.
The United States is ignoring the problem -- at its peril.
For five years our nation’s defense budget has faced a period of unprecedented turmoil.
What size should the armed forces be? What should they be shaped to do?
When will we get good news out of the Department of Veterans Affairs?
Savings must not come at the cost of the safety of our warfighters.
There are nuclear developments in Russia, China and North Korea with serious implications for U.S. defense requirements.
I could be a radicalized member of any religious faith or political motivation.