Monthly Archive: November 2017

Re-thinking Guns and Schools

Re-thinking Guns and Schools

Friday’s massacre in Connecticut will inevitably re-ignite the debate over guns and school safety.  Of course, some believe the debate is already over; for years, the education establishment has argued that schools should be...

Beijing's Quest for Global Reach

Beijing's Quest for Global Reach

A prototype of China’s new Y-20 strategic airlifter was recently detected by commercial imagery satellites.  The discovery affirms Beijing’s interest in developing long-range mobility forces (GeoEye imagery via The Danger Room). It doesn’t take...

Three Views on Women in Combat

Three Views on Women in Combat

Today’s reading assignments from Mackubin Thomas Owens in the Weekly Standard; Ryan Smith in The Wall Street Journal and Captain Katie Petronio in the Marine Corps Gazette. Not exactly the PC version that the...

Shades of Vladivostok?

Shades of Vladivostok?

A deceptive image of naval readiness: the carriers USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, USS George H.W. Bush, USS Enterprise, USS Harry Truman and USS Abraham Lincoln in port at Naval Station Norfolk, VA.  Of the...

What About the White House Logs?

What About the White House Logs?

Five months after the murder of four Americans by terrorists in Libya, we still know precious little about the activities of the man who had the ultimate responsibility to protect them–the President of the...

Has Iran Crossed the Nuclear Finish Line?

Has Iran Crossed the Nuclear Finish Line?

In case you haven’t noticed, the Iranian nuclear issue has lost a bit of urgency in recent months.  Of course, the Obama Administration has long favored negotiation over any suggestion of military action–never mind...

Plan B for the Bomb

Plan B for the Bomb

Water vapor (circled in red) rises from the Arak nuclear complex in Iran.  This recent imagery suggests the plant is nearing operational capability, giving Tehran the “heavy water” option for producing nuclear weapons (DigitalGlobe...

Standing With Rand

Standing With Rand

It began as a single senator, filibustering against the President’s CIA nominee.  By the time it ended, it had become a movement that, according to some, represents the future of the Republican party and...

The Death of Tuition Assistance, Redux

The Death of Tuition Assistance, Redux

We called it almost eighteen months ago, and it looks like our prediction is coming true.  This week, both the Marine Corps and the Army announced an immediate halt to the tuition assistance (TA)...

The Last Angel

The Last Angel

When Bataan and Corregidor surrendered in the spring of 1942, more than 75,000 Americans were captured by the Japanese.  It remains the largest capitulation of U.S. military forces in our history.  The vast majority...

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