"Denial of religious accommodations, or punitive or adverse personnel actions taken against those who raise earnest, conscience-based objections, would be contrary to federal law and morally reprehensible," says Military Services Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio
Former President Donald Trump once again criticized the Biden administration for failing to clean up the military mess left behind in Afghanistan following the conclusion of the U.S. troops withdrawal on August 31.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken was urged by at least three Congressmen on the House Foreign Affairs Committee to resign on Monday as he testified on the disastrous withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan last month.
As President Biden plans to withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq by the end of the year, some religious freedom watchdogs are sounding a warning about how Christians will face severe persecution once the U.S. military leaves the country, especially if the withdrawal is anything like the fiasco in Afghanistan.
Biden's withdrawal from Afghanistan left the county's $3 trillion in lithium reserves to China and its state-controlled equity firms like Hunter Biden's Bohai, which owns the world's largest lithium-ion battery maker.