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US Military Strength Rated ‘Marginal’ As China, Russia On Move

October 31, 2019 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ America’s military is stronger than before, but lacks the capacity to fight more than one war with a major power as adversaries such as China and Russia grow more ambitious, according to the 2020 Index of U.S. Military Strength. The Heritage Foundation released the 500-page report Wednesday, grading all four branches […]

New Report Confirms Our Military’s Strength Has Eroded

November 15, 2018 by

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By James Di Pane ~ Americans often assume their military is the strongest in the world, capable of handling any threats that come its way. But a new report by the National Defense Strategy Commission challenges that idea. It points out how significantly the U.S. military has deteriorated, placing the U.S. in an increasingly precarious […]

Failure To Adequately Fund Our Military Puts America At Risk

October 5, 2017 by

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By Dakota Wood ~ Arguably the federal government’s first obligation to Americans is to keep us safe from foreign attack and to defend our vital national interests wherever they are threatened. Alarmingly, our government is on the verge of failing in this core responsibility. Our military is minimally ready, rapidly aging, and has so shrunk […]

Wars, Past, Present, And Future

December 7, 2014 by

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By Alan Caruba ~ No, Pearl Harbor is not ancient history. It’s part of my history and many others who were alive at the time. I was just an infant, but the Japanese sneak attack on our Hawaii naval base led to early memories of being on trains filled with young soldiers, many of whom […]

Leftism’s Central Tenet + More Daily Digest

February 6, 2014 by

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The Patriot Post ~ THE FOUNDATION “It will be remembered, that a frequent recurrence to fundamental principles is solemnly enjoined by most of the state constitutions, and particularly by our own, as a necessary safeguard against the danger of degeneracy, to which republics are liable, as well as other governments, though in a less degree than […]