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No room for sense of entitlement among veterans and military families

Dave Duffy, My wife and I own a couple of smoothie/food shops. As small-business entrepreneurs, we take a lot of pride in providing 55 jobs while making payroll every week, all self-financed as saved- and scrimped-for investment capital. As owners, we choose to offer a 10 percent discount to first-responders and active-duty/reserve military and guardsmen.

Will Donald Trump Let Paul Ryan Make Him A One-Term President?

Pastor Chuck Baldwin, From the beginning, there have been several things that have bothered me about Donald Trump. Perhaps my biggest concerns have always been how genuine Trump is and, if he is genuine, how much he truly understands about “the swamp” he promised to drain. President Trump has appointed numerous big-government, pro-war neocons to

More Firepower Than the Marines

Jeff Jacoby, AMERICA’S GUN CULTURE has been a subject of intense interest and controversy for years, with concerns frequently raised about shadowy militias, paramilitary extremists, and unstable zealots in possession of alarming quantities of explosives and firearms. Amid the current din over assault weapons and body armor, consider one domestic organization’s fearsome arsenal of military-style

Phyllis Schlafly: Congress is Close to Drafting Our Daughters

Ever since Donald Trump effectively won the Republican presidential nomination by decisively defeating Ted Cruz in the Indiana primary, Congressional Republicans led by House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have engaged in unseemly public hand-wringing about whether they will or will not accept the people’s choice. Unwilling to support the positions

Retired Green Beret: Please think of Memorial Day as more than just a day off

David A. Morris,  Master Sgt. Kelly L. Hornbeck (pictured below) passed away on January 18, 2004 — two days after an improvised explosive device detonated during a combat patrol in northern Iraq and decimated the frontal lobes of his brain. I will be wearing Kelly’s memorial bracelet this Memorial Day, as I do every day, and

The Taliban killed Sgt. McClintock but the Obama White House failed to save him

Rep. Ryan Zinke, Programming Alert: anchored by Bret Baier.  Former Navy SEAL Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) contributed the following oped after learning about this week’s special “Fox News Reporting: Rising Threats – Shrinking Military.” It airs Friday at 10 p.m. And it reairs Sat. at 1 am, ET, Saturday at 8 p.m., 11 p.m., and

Michelle Malkin: A Fed-Up Veteran Blasts VA’s “Lie, Delay, Deny” Abyss

“They don’t care.”  As Obama administration officials pivot like haywire jewelry-box ballerinas to divert attention away from the nationwide Veterans Affairs disgrace, a reader who has been fighting the system urged me to urge Capitol Hill and the American public to stay focused. This former Special Forces soldier and medic served his country for 25

Benghazi attack suspect captured by American team, en route to US

A suspected terrorist linked to the 2012 Benghazi terror attack that killed four Americans has been captured inside Libya by U.S. forces and currently is en route to the United States.  News that the suspect, Ansar al-Sharia commander Ahmed Abu Khattala, was captured Sunday during a joint U.S. military and law enforcement operation, and will

U.S. Special Forces, Foreign Troops Practice Invading Tampa

News groups promise invasion is not “Russians” or “New World Order.” U.S. Special Forces and commandos from as many as 19 foreign nations practiced “invading” Tampa, Fl. this week during an unprecedented international training exercise. Conducted outside the Tampa Convention Center Wednesday, residents looked on as service members from every branch of the U.S. military

Activists in Eastern Ukraine Sound Alarm on CIA-led Death Squads

CIA has overturned political movements unacceptable to the political and financial elite in U.S. Soon after the United States invaded Afghanistan, the Pentagon began to rely on CIA-trained Afghan paramilitaries to hunt down Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters in Kandahar, Khost, Paktia, Paktika and other provinces. The Counterterrorist Pursuit Team was modeled after U.S. Special Forces.

How a Cyber Attack Differs from a Physical Attack

WeaponsMan Lockheed-Martin researchers have developed a method of analysis, which helps to analyze cyber attacks like the ones deployed by criminals against the US branch of the multinational Target department-store chain, and the ones by state actors against such targets as foreign enemies or competitors, breakaway republics, or destabilizing religious groups. Similar methods are used