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This Week in War Powers News – January 17, 2020

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Upcoming Event Keeping America First in 2020: A Luncheon with Matt Gaetz Tuesday, January 21, 2020 12:00–2:00 PM Naples Sailing & Yacht Club 896 River Point Drive Naples, FL 34102 RSVP TODAY     Event…

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This Week in War Powers News – January 10, 2020

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Upcoming Event Event Speaker: Scott Horton, Fool’s Errand author Tuesday, January 14, 2020 5:00 PM National Indian Gaming Association 224 Second Street, SE Washington, DC 20003 RSVP TODAY     Business Insider: Matt Gaetz Supports…

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This Week in War Powers News – December 20, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Kentucky Lawmakers Call for Debate on Wars After The Washington Post on Monday published its “Afghanistan Papers” report detailing how U.S. officials misled the public about the nation’s longest-running conflict, multiple members of Kentucky’s delegation on Capitol Hill…

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This Week in War Powers News – December 13, 2019

The content below comes from the newsletter This Week in War Powers News, provided by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy. Last Chance to RSVP Event Speakers Stacy Washington, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host, Lt. Col. Danny Davis, US Army Ret. Tuesday, December 17, 2019 5:00 PM National Indian Gaming Association 224 Second Street, SE Washington, DC…

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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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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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