The new expenditures for fighting ISIS and reassuring European allies can be easily accommodated without raising the administration’s proposed war budget of $59 billion.
Should American women be forced to register for Selective Service when they turn 18 years of age just like U.S. males?
The foreign visa system has changed drastically. So should the government’s decades-old technology.
The most vital benefit of the Jones Act is the law’s critical role in protecting America’s borders.
Weapons programs that made sense yesterday may no longer be the wisest investment for scarce taxpayer dollars.
Developing, procuring, and maintaining weapons systems is notoriously complex and, more importantly, expensive.
Terrorist groups operate along the same lines as gangs and pedophiles.
Our leaders’ are willing to compromise the security of citizens for the ideological rigidity of political correctness.
Congress can begin by giving Army leadership adequate and reliable budgets.
Global Zero estimates the world will spend $1 trillion on nukes over the next decade.