Lingamfelter: Single Points of Failure
I worry about the state of our fighting forces today. In particular, I’m troubled about my Army, the service I…
Op-Ed: Do Not Be Fooled
We all know the media is out there trying desperately to tie Virginia Republican statewide candidates to Trump in a…
Lingamfelter: Fortunate Misfortunes
Taking advantage of a misfortune—in this case getting caught in a deluge—can lead to something that can be useful.
Lingamfelter: Big Men, Small Men
Harry Truman had shoulders big enough to bear the responsibility that was solely his. He had no cowardly impulse to blame others.
Bolling: Thoughts On Afghanistan
I understand the desire to bring our troops home, but sometimes that is simply not the right decision.
By every indication, America’s ability to sustain freedom is threatened as we cascade and accelerate toward a more coarse, crude, vulgar, and virtue-deprived existence
Gabele: Physical Health Is Mental Health
Mental health is physical health. Something, our culture and bureaucrats tend to ignore. This stigma needs to change, especially in this pandemic world we live in
Lingamfelter: The Will to Deter
War is on the horizon in the Far East. China does not see us as a competitor, but rather an obstacle. That’s why we must confront and deter it. We can buy the capability. We can’t buy the “will.”
Lingamfelter: Lexington and Concord Move South
When America’s Founding Fathers conceived of our republic, they drew extensively on the experiences of the Greek and the Roman republics of old
Thoughts and musings….