Category: American Military

January 12, 2012

Obama’s 21st Century strategy plays Russian roulette with defense

Truth be told, because entitlement spending has tripled while defense spending declined as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), entitlement spending (Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security) is now 10 percent of GDP, whereas defense spending is only 5 percent.

January 8, 2012

Remembering the Battlers of the Bulge

Filed under: American Military,History - 08 Jan 2012

On December 16, 1944, the men of Lieutenant Lyle Bouck’s platoon had their all-night vigil interrupted by a pre-dawn fusillade of artillery rounds from a hundred German guns, their muzzle flashes punctuating the darkness like a volley of fireballs hurled …

December 31, 2011

U.S. Military Leaves Iraq

Speaking at a military ceremony in Baghdad on December 15th, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta officially ended the U.S. war in Iraq.

November 18, 2011

Political Correctness In The N.F.L.

This is beyond comprehension! Just when you thought you saw and heard everything, something else comes along that shatters that thought. Now the National Football League, (N.F.L.) has unbelievably gone to the land of the spineless cowards? They’re falling into …

November 16, 2011

Obama plans U.S.-Israeli joint military maneuvers for 2012

Filed under: American Military,Foreign Countries & Policy - 16 Nov 2011

As more and more world leaders are accepting the premise of a nuclear-armed Iran, President Barack Obama’s White House is “killing two birds with one stone,” said an intelligence officer. “He’s rattling his saber for the benefit of Iran, while …

November 12, 2011

Obama weakening U.S. defense, military tells Congress

Filed under: American Military,American National Security - 12 Nov 2011

As the nation prepares to honor its warfighters on Veterans Day, the top military commanders from the four service branches of the U.S. Armed Forces spoke openly to a congressional panel about the dangerous road being traveled by the Commander …

November 11, 2011

Veterans: What Is Seen and What Is Not Seen

Filed under: American Military,Featured Conservative - 11 Nov 2011

In economics, the first lesson I teach my pupils is the lesson of things that are seen and things that are not seen. Actions have some effects that are readily apparent and others are overlooked or not perceived.

November 9, 2011

Veterans Day

Filed under: American Military - 09 Nov 2011

One of our Nations most recognized respected and most deserving Holiday in which we celebrate each and every year, is Veterans Day. This honor is well earned and bestowed upon all our unselfish men and women. Who answered the call, …

November 7, 2011

“Nothing Dramatic”—Karl Blake’s War Story

Filed under: American Military,History - 07 Nov 2011

“It was nothing dramatic,” says Dr. Karl E. Blake of Wexford, Pennsylvania, retired surgeon and member of the World War II generation, “but it was important, and no one has written about it, at least that I’ve seen.”

October 23, 2011

Imperial Republics Fall

Filed under: American Military,Foreign Countries & Policy - 23 Oct 2011

Historians spend their life looking backwards.  Futurists spend their life looking forward.  My goal has been to blend the two disciplines into one seamless endeavor.

August 6, 2011

The Need to Restructure the DoD: Part I

Filed under: American Military,Featured Conservative - 06 Aug 2011

In 1914, on the eve of the Great War, the Duke of Cambridge wrote, “There is a time for all things. There is even a time for change; and that is when it can no longer be avoided.”

July 9, 2011

Reducing the Troops Obama style

Filed under: American Military,War On Terror - 09 Jul 2011

One of the problems with reducing the troops is will it actually happen. With a guy like Obama he says one thing and something else happens. But more importantly this goes against my fundamental belief about war. First off, is …

June 30, 2011

Republicans and Conservatives Missing the Point on a Smaller Military

Filed under: American Military - 30 Jun 2011

By: Mitch Poremba

Being a strong conservative who watches Fox, the Judge on Freedom Watch and listens to “The Great One”, Mark Levin, believe that Republicans and Conservatives have wondered too far in policing the World and Nation Building.

June 23, 2011

Leave Libya, Fight on in Afghanistan

Filed under: American Military,Featured Conservative - 23 Jun 2011

Our foreign policy would find itself in a much better place if President Obama would take a page from the stoic emperor. He’s faced with two wars, both of them deeply unpopular, and one of them of his own making. …

June 1, 2011

Where’s the Outrage?

In the best line of a lackluster campaign Bob Dole challenged the voters who were swallowing the liberal line of the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media.  At the time they were carrying the water for Bill Clinton …

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