ISIS' terror should not be minimized, but Washington should refrain from inflating it to justify unnecessary military action.
Buttigieg calls for three-year sunset on military force authorizations.
An amendment to this year's military spending bill says the president must go to Congress before launching another war.
The White House is asking Congress to spend $750 billion on the military this coming fiscal year.
We're getting a military parade because Donald Trump wants one. The arguments for leaving our tanks at their bases are far more numerous, significant, and powerful.
The president's seeming ability to always get what he wants masks the reality that anything is possible in today's political and cultural landscape.
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The presidential candidate wants to end wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and levy a "war tax" for every future conflict.
It's not likely to get anywhere in the Senate, but consider it progress.
ICE agents told investigators they were "unaware" of policies to avoid deporting veterans—the same policies the agency assured me it was following in 2016.
"My cousin committed suicide while on duty at the armory after coming home from a tour abroad."
The Trump administration keeps deliberately raising tensions with Iran, risking conflict.
State-level licensing laws can make it nearly impossible for workers to move from place to place, and that's a particular problem for military spouses. This bipartisan proposal could be a step towards fixing it.
He Helped Reveal How U.S. Drone Strikes Were Killing Innocents. The Feds Just Charged Him With Espionage.
Another intelligence analyst who leaked important information to the public is treated like a traitor.
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Mayor Pete pitches a vague policy as a cure to help fix "the lack of social cohesion" that he says defines contemporary America.
He's back in the U.S., though he's not out of the woods yet.
The Supreme Court allowed the policy to move forward, but the fight is far from over.
House Votes To End Unauthorized U.S. Involvement in Yemen (Again). Justin Amash Votes Present (Again).
The bill now goes to President Trump's desk.
USA Today investigation finds that over 1 million men have faced the consequences of not applying to Jimmy Carter's sham draft.
White House's New Budget Gimmick: Include Immigration Enforcement Spending in the Uncapped Budget for Foreign Wars
Incredibly, the White House is trying to pitch this chicanery as an exercise in fiscal responsibility. Congress shouldn't buy it.
The push for intervention is no surprise, and it should be given no quarter.
Though a "U.S.A." chant didn't really seem to catch on.
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If the decision holds up on appeal (which is quite likely), Congress would have to choose between expanding draft registration to women or ending it completely.
Trump is routinely accused, with good reason, of distorting the facts and failing to face reality. It's time for his critics to take a good long look in the mirror.
House Passes Bill To End U.S. Support for Saudi Involvement in Yemen; Rep. Justin Amash Votes 'Present'
Amash had an interesting reason for not voting "yes."
"We are used to seeing the federal government make decisions about our surroundings," one resident said.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a veteran, believes that military intervention should be a last resort.
In Mercenaries 2, China and the U.S. fight over pieces of Venezuela, before the entire country is wrecked by a nuclear warhead.
The Court voted along ideological lines.
Whatever it is, it can't be good.
After announcing draw-down from Syria, the president may be seriously contemplating getting out of Afghanistan as well.
A soldier died in Afghanistan over the Thanksgiving holiday. Why are we still there?
"Operation Faithful Patriot" is nothing more than a very expensive, politically motivated P.R. campaign.
Deploying Troops to the Border Is Expensive and Unnecessary, but at Least They're 'Getting Training Out of' It
"Training" is not a good enough justification for spending $200 million to send 8,000 troops to the border.
If the Space Force goes down before it ever got up on its feet, that's probably for the best.
Pentagon Reportedly Admits Migrant Caravan Doesn't Pose Threat, Might Still Spend $220 Million to Stop It
Trump can probably find someone better to set up barbed wire fences on the border.
Trump's comments are not the same as the Nigerian Army's actions. But regardless of the nation, shooting protesters is bad.
The government's Afghanistan watchdog releases sobering report on the progress of the war.
Can we stop being surprised (or pretending to be surprised) at well-established critiques of interventionism?