Trump is increasingly fond of an idea from Eric Prince to replace the US troops in Afghanistan with a private for-profit military.
These reckless, insulting comments have become commonplace for McCain because he cares more about shifting blame than keeping Americans safe.
Few Americans would object to a bust honoring Dick Cheney if it noted his part in creating a more radical form of Islamic terrorism
Republicans have about as much use for America's veterans as they do America's poor, women, people of color and the elderly
Trump is shining a light on exactly what Americans have to look forward to if they elect a Republican president; foreign policy incompetence
The Bush administration used a terror attack on American soil to rack up a $6 trillion debt for two wars and are now plotting another one
The giveaway that all the animus toward Sergeant Bergdahl is based in conservative racism usually reserved for people of color, particular the person of color in the Oval Office, is the Republican hypocrisy they have demonstrated over the past five years holding President Obama to a different set of standards than his white Republican predecessors.
A coward leveled blame on President Obama for the plight of Veterans who survived the perils of war only to give up and end their own lives at home.
If Willard Romney controls the world's most powerful military will repeat the Iraq and Afghanistan disasters because he is, after all, just George W. Bush with magic underwear.
John McCain is a war hero, and advocates permanent wars regardless the cost in lives and drain on the economy. He also knows that allowing gays to serve in the military is wrong, regardless that a majority of Americans, the Pentagon, and service members support repealing DADT. McCain also doesn’t want an end to the war in Afghanistan because he has gross memory loss regarding the Iraq war.
Fox News' projection of the Bush administration's failures continued today on FNC's America's News HQ, when the network not so subtly prefaced a story on Afghanistan by referring to it as, "the President's war." Here is a reminder to Fox, the war in Afghanistan started on October 7, 2001 under George W. Bush, not Barack Obama.
McChrystal arrived at White House ready to tender his resignation Wednesday at 10:00 AM. At 1:15 PM, MSNBC announced that President Obama relieved General McChrystal of the Afghanistan war which McChrystal was commanding. MSNBC is reporting that General Petraeus has been chosen to replace General McChrystal as commander of the Afghanistan forces.