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This Week in War Powers News – December 6, 2019 Copy

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Kristen Gillibrand: “We Need a New War Powers Act”   To combat terrorism, we must leverage the sophisticated strategies that are America’s advantage. . . . We also can put an end to these forever…

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This Week in War Powers News – December 6, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Kristen Gillibrand: “We Need a New War Powers Act”   To combat terrorism, we must leverage the sophisticated strategies that are America’s advantage. . . . We also can put an end to these forever…

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This Week in War Powers News – November 22, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Stacy on the Right on Bringing the Troops Home     “What Was It All For?” Asks Retired Veteran   East Baghdad, January 25, 2007. Newly minted 1st Lieutenant Danny Sjursen, all of 23-years-old, led…

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This Week in War Powers News – November 15, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Top Story   A grassroots movement of U.S. veterans is headed to Washington this week to demand Congress re-evaluate its hawkish foreign policy. Hundreds are expected to be in attendance Wednesday as veterans and state lawmakers from…

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This Week in War Powers News – November 8, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Top Story Tyler Wade was awarded the Purple Heart while serving in Afghanistan, and says he is “proud of everything” he did during his service. He also believes the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan were a…

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This Week in War Powers News – November 1, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Upcoming Events Thursday, November 7, 2019 8:30 AM–3:00 PM Hart Senate Office Building 120 Constitution Avenue Northeast Room 902 Washington, DC 20002 Lunch will be served. Wednesday, November 13, 2019 12:00 PM National Indian Gaming Association…

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Cartels slaughter Mexican military & police

War is hell. American troops have been entangled in the country’s longest war since 2001. While the defense industry continues its follies in the Middle East, conditions in America’s neighbor to the south, Mexico, warrants further consideration. The Beltway Bandit’s argument that America must protect Turkey’s border with roughly 1,000 American troops in Syria puts…

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This Week in War Powers News – October 25, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Sen. Kaine: ‘Absolutely Critical’ Congress Takes War Powers Back The authorization for use of military force law passed in 2001 in the wake of the 9/11 attacks is not sufficient for covering fighting in Syria,…

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TAC Bookshelf: Back Again on the Road to Serfdom

Here’s what our writers and editors are reading this week. By TAC STAFF • October 16, 2019 George D. O’Neill Jr., chairman, Committee for a Responsible Foreign Policy: Socialism has been tried on six continents and in numerous countries, but always with the same failed result. Despite geographic, economic, and other national differences, the experience of socialism follows a…

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This Week in War Powers News – October 19, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. TOP STORY President Donald Trump’s withdrawal of forces from Syria and elsewhereis appropriate and long overdue. It’s a necessary return to America’s traditional foreign policy. It’s a rejection of the neoconservative doctrine, which has contributed…

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