Family is central to the holiday season in America: spending days at home together, traveling to visit family, sharing meals, and exchanging gifts. Most of us take for granted that we’ll be with family this holiday season—and likely next...
Although the Kurdish Peshmerga has recently broken the ISIS siege of Mount Sinjar in Northern Iraq, the Islamic State continues to make major advances across Anbar Province, posing a direct threat to Baghdad itself. Military experts admit that US...
Suspension of the program would undermine current information and intelligence-sharing mechanisms.
The end of a war that lacked a clear and attainable end goal also lacks a victor.
The data security threat to our economy is real and demands action.
Our fear and anger over the last thirteen years have led us to do many things that are illegal under our own laws and Constitution, both in letter and spirit.
In the real world, cruelty is counterproductive.
Twenty-two veterans are dying by suicide every day.
The Army has built a system where commanders don’t relieve their ineffective direct reports, but micromanage them.
If the CIA is lying about how they obtained information then it stands to reason that they may be lying about the content of the information.