Clearly there needs to be some adjustments, and as much as I do not desire to see another land war that involves Americans, as I have stated many times over the past weeks, it is also important to have policies based on what is required—what is needed for a military win over ISIS. Given that…
Pick up an M-4 and go over there yourself. Take McCain and Graham with you. Via Boehner Goes All War-Daddy @ Dad29.
Via Why the U.S. opposes Scottish independence (though we can’t say much about it) @ Althouse.
Via Video: President Barack Obama addresses the nation @ JS All Politics Blog.
Via “Are airstrikes against ISIS putting US on same side as Assad?” @ Althouse.
Via Hiroshima: 69 Years Later @ FREEDOM EDEN.
For much of the war, the massive Union Army of the Potomac made up the second-largest population center in the Confederacy, and each morning this sprawling city became a coffee factory. First, as another diarist noted, “little campfires, rapidly increasing to hundreds in number, would shoot up along the hills and plains.” Then the encampment…
A fresh Public Policy Polling survey finds that 74 percent of voters oppose sending troops to the country where in 2003 former Vice President Dick Cheney claimed U.S. troops would be “greeted as liberators” — but where in fact 4,486 Americans were killed, and where even the most cautious estimates put the Iraqi death toll…
Via Home Team @ GarveyBlog.
“The sense of pride expressed by officials of the Obama administration at the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is not shared by many of those who served with him…” @ Althouse.
Via We honor their sacrifice @ Blogging Blue.
Madison — Just a few feet from the speakers, a protester Monday held up a sign criticizing Gov. Scott Walker at a statehouse veterans ceremony. Ironically, Walker wasn’t even on hand for the event organized by the Madison Veterans Council, since the governor is honoring Veterans Day with events in Green Bay and Milwaukee today.…
Via Pakistan Endorsed Drone Program In Private, Raged About It In Public @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.