In all fairness, Obama inherited a mess with Bush’s Iraq. However, his administration’s half-baked strategies since then have resulted in the region sinking into further chaos. When the President completed the View More ›
Memorial Day thoughts on a Ranger who was shot and killed by police officers in Pennsylvania after he left the Ranger Regiment.
When I was on active duty as a Navy SEAL prior to the terrorist attacks of September, 11th, 2001, Memorial Day didn’t really matter to me. It does fourteen years later.
Men and women like Adam served us all, and gave their all for us, and for that we are so grateful. However, we are even more grateful to their families, who continue to sacrifice every single day for all of us, in their loss, and will do so for the rest of their lives.
Make up your minds that happiness depends on being free, and freedom depends on being courageous.
Who is responsible for the 2003 invasion of Iraq? Don’t say, “Thanks Obama” for this one.
We look at a few of the spies of World War II who helped their countries win – and sometimes LOSE – battles, and ultimately, the war.
What went wrong in Ramadi? ISIS capitalized on a incoming stand storm to conceal their advance, which included the use of VBIEDs followed up by machine gun fire, one of View More ›
Timothy Patrick Ryan …had a long and distinguished career as a United States Air Force Pararescueman. He was a longtime member of Joint Special Operations Command’s 24th Special Tactics Squadron; one of View More ›
I wrote a column not too long ago that dealt with raising boys. I rather enjoyed writing it. It was like reminding myself of what I needed to do with View More ›