Over the last few years, a number of females who have courageously served their country have been elected to the House and Senate. Martha McSally, who served in Arizona, spent 22 years in the Air Force. Mikie Sherrill, recently elected to the House of Representatives, spent 9 years in the Navy.
When Donald Trump first became president, he had a few “adults in the room.” But as the 4 years went on, people who may have been wiling to speak out against Trump were jettisoned from Washington.
When last week’s Atlantic story about Trump dishonoring the military hit the internet, the White House desperately looked for people to defend the President. Seemingly no Republicans in the House or Senate were willing to do so.
Retired Army Colonel Jack Jacobs knows something about honor and sacrifice. The former military official was award the Medal of Honor after saving the lives of 14 soldiers during the Vietnam War.
Jacobs, who works a military consultant for MSNBC, also retains many connection in today’s military. And on Friday he confirmed to Chris Jansing the stories that are currently being told about Donald Trump and his feelings on the military.
Trump can't get Mexico to pay for his wall, so he is stealing billions of dollars from the military that was supposed to pay for equipment to keep America safe.
When asked by reporters what he meant by “calm before the storm,” Trump said, “You’ll find out,” before being whisked away.
This amendment authorizes taxpayer-funded discrimination; no taxpayer should be discriminated against because he or she is the ‘wrong’ religion."
Repealing DADT is a civil rights issue and nothing more. It is not about imposing social change on the country and is not an attack on any religion or the family. The senators and opponents of repealing DADT are attacking the civil rights of every American, and are attempting to impose their bible-based radical agenda on all Americans. Now that the Congress has repealed DADT, maybe they can repeal religion that imposes bigotry on America.