There’s no endpoint in sight to a war that threatens widespread consequences.
Like AUMFs before it, Rep. Adam Kinzinger’s proposed authorization would lead to less transparency in conflicts and more unilateral decision making.
Mourn the end of a too-brief interlude of relative peace and prosperity.
This war, like all wars, will invigorate the state and be deadly to liberty.
But politicians like Sen. Chris Coons are still flirting with the idea of direct American military intervention.
The Case for Pursuing the Issue of Russian War Crimes in Ukraine - Even Though Putin is Highly Unlikely to Ever be Tried and Punished
Putin and other Russian leaders are likely guilty of massive war crimes. And there is real, though limited, value to pursuing the issue.
And it will only drive people further into the arms of President Vladimir Putin.
The former Texas congressman and presidential candidate says his goal was to get people to think about freedom.
Spanning many professions and political affiliations, the signatories to a new letter agree that a NATO-enforced no-fly zone over Ukraine would be a mistake.
Among his other crimes, Putin’s war increases the suffering of the world’s poor and hungry.
Private actors often provide more efficient and localized help in times of need, and they’re doing so in full force right now.
It will take place on Thursday, March 10, at 5 PM and is open to the public. I will speak, along with my colleague Prof. Jeremy Rabkin.
Ukrainians have taken to the streets with arms to defend their country and their freedom.
Biden was right to reinforce that American soldiers shouldn't be fighting in Ukraine. But he missed a valuable opportunity to outline immigration measures for Ukrainians and Russians.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is singularly responsible for the war that began this week. But the past four presidential administrations missed opportunities to deescalate.
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According to a new YouGov/Concerned Veterans for America poll, veterans and military families are most opposed to U.S. conflict with Russia.
“Defend the Guard” laws would keep state troops out of conflicts that Congress hasn’t authorized.
Biden rightly stuck to his guns when he defended the long-overdue U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, but he fails to apply the same logic elsewhere.
Supplying the Ukrainian army hasn’t stopped Putin.
Around 28,000 Afghans Are Still Awaiting Approval To Come to the U.S. on Urgent Humanitarian Grounds
Only about 100 Afghans who have applied for temporary admission to the U.S. have been approved.
That would have been a huge mistake.
Why is registration for involuntary servitude still a thing?
Multiple military authorizations are still intact and we've still got troops in Iraq and elsewhere. And that's not even counting the drone strikes.
There will likely never be a full accounting of the war's cost, but as much as $600 billion might have simply vanished due to waste, fraud, and incompetence.