This question expanded the continuing pattern each candidate had established, early on, during the forum. Rossi habitually deferred to answer the question, instead commenting, with safe statements on the general topic. Didier, invariably, answered the question directly.
Archive for the ‘Victory-based Defense’ Category
The essence of the discrepancy between Reagan/Beck/Paul defense policy and the “well-meaning” militarism of Roosevelt/LBJ/Nixon/Bush/Clinton/Bush/McCain is articulated, in the middle of this video (beginning at 3:40).
From Allison L. Crane, RN, MS:
This message is being circulated around the world – please keep it going-
When a soldier comes home, he finds it hard… (more…)
Story of a Successful Rescue (and the Obama Adminstration’s Attempt to Claim Credit)
Despite efforts to spin the pirate tale as evidence of bold leadership by an inexperienced president, the reality was clearly nothing of the sort.
After four days of floating at sea on a raft shared with four Somali gunmen, Richard Philips took matters into his own hands for a second time. (more…)
From Pat Buchanan:
The focus of “The Unnecessary War” is on the colossal blunders by British statesmen that reduced Britain from the greatest empire since Rome into an island dependency of the United States in three decades. It is a cautionary tale, written for America, which is treading the same path Britain trod in the early 20th century.
We’re seeing the long-term liabilities of politically correct war: from NewsMax, through Human Events:
Last year, I wrote to you about the plight of three American heroes, Lance Cpl. Stephen Tatum, Lance Cpl. Justin Sharratt, and Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich.
The three were under investigation for allegations that they committed atrocities in Haditha, Iraq, in November 2005.
When I first wrote to you about these courageous men, they were under Article 32 investigation – the military equivalent of a grand jury hearing.
The hysteria against these Marines was set off by a Time magazine reporter whose only sources were known insurgent propagandists, civilian supporters of al-Qaida, or civilians intimidated by al-Qaida thugs. (more…)
Although I have yet to find an issue of dispute with Dr. Ron Paul on the Consitution, I’ve been working on understanding his foreign policy for a few weeks and I think I disagree. But it is a process not made easier by the fabrications of unscrupulous GOP propagandists. (more…)
Occasionally the spirit of America breaks out into the fresh air, like a blade of new grass coming up through freshly poured asphalt. Or, perhaps it is more like the eruption of a volcano when the pressure just under the earth’s core grows too great to be suppressed.
Here we have a piece written by a housewife from New Jersey who is “one ticked off lady.” Breaking through the mind-numbing idiocy of network news and print media propaganda, overwhelming the glazed inertia of the liberal trance, the unmistakable voice of the American Revolution, erupting into brilliant display, “in profuse strains of unpremeditated art.” You may receive it as an email. Pass it on.