Amidst predictions of a political “red wave” in the upcoming mid-term elections, an economic wave has been building for years with no end in sight as companies flood out of blue states and into red states.
The Senate Armed Services Committee, on a strong, bipartisan 23-3 vote, has sent to the full Senate its version of the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, the annual bill that sets policy for the Department of Defense.
Uvalde schools police chief Pete Arredondo said he never considered himself the incident commander of the scene of last month's school shooting in Texas that killed 19 children and two teachers, and that he did not order police to hold back on breaching the building.
As the U.S. military rolls out its new Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), which imposes different physical standards and requirements for men and women, longtime defense analysts and observers say that the military’s push for diversity and inclusion—a trend that accelerated under President Barack Obama and that the Biden administration aggressively carries forward—undermines combat training and readiness.
One mother whose children attend Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, recounted on Thursday the shocking story of what happened when she arrived at the school as the gunman was inside murdering students and teachers.