Bombs flew over the airspace in
American occupation in
Iraqi’s don’t want us there. We’re spending money we don’t have during a vast economic decline on a war most people don’t want to fight. This needs to end.
The Wall Street Journal announced today that the Iraqi parliament hopes to pass a security deal that would call for
According to the New York Times, troops and equipment under the Bush administration were so overtaxed that the Pentagon does not have enough of either for the
So, not only do Americans have no idea what’s going on in
It will be no easy task to fix a frail economy and play Commander-In-Chief, but someone’s got to do it. And, given the historical significance of this year’s presidential election, let’s just hope we chose the right man for the job.
Let’s put this into perspective – consider the recent bailout. The government solicited taxpayer’s money to bailout the banks. Now, the auto industry is in a similar situation. According to the Detroit Free Press, the amount of money the auto industry needs to be bailed out of trouble is equivalent of what American taxpayers are spending in
Reallocated federal spending may help here. But, no one really has a quick fix. President-elect Obama said he knows he must earn the military’s respect by delivering on
some of his promises. The Obama administration is expected to draft and deliver its first defense budget within three months of Inauguration Day. Obama also promised a troop
When the clock strikes on the 6th anniversary of the war in
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 Editorial. “A Military for a Dangerous
 Dzwonkowski, Ron. “What the critics of an auto bailout don’t get.”
 Maze, Rick. “The Army under Obama.” Army News. http://www.armytimes.com/news/2008/11/army_obama_election_111608w/