Pentagon nominee can work ‘side by side’ with people she hates

Pentagon nominee can work 'side by side' with people she hates
Military chaplains could have a new boss at the Pentagon if lesbian activist Brenda Fulton, who has a history of making derogatory remarks about religion and Evangelicals, is approved by the U.S. Senate.

The people being nominated by the Biden administration to oversee powerful positions in America’s federal government represent an eye-opening parade of radical leftists. The latest name at the Pentagon is a Christian-hating, Republican-mocking lesbian whose role would put her in charge of evangelical military chaplains…

SOURCE: Pentagon nominee can work ‘side by side’ with people she hates

2021 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Report shows decrease in Veteran suicides

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VA’s latest data from 2019 shows a decrease in suicide among Veterans from the year prior. The decrease, reflecting the lowest number of Veteran suicides since 2007, provides hope and motivation for continued prevention efforts. 

SOURCE: 2021 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report shows decrease in Veteran suicides

Operation Gratitude 9/11 digital letter writing campaign

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Write a 9/11 Thank You note today

In honor of the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and National Day of Service, Operation Gratitude invites you to write a thank you note to first responders, service members and Veterans.

Please take 5 minutes to write a letter today through the Operation Gratitude digital platform HERE.

When military leadership loses the respect of the troops….

We are in a serious crisis, one that the corporate media are loath to even hint at.  The reason is obvious: responsibility lies in the hands of President Biden and his leadership team.  Professor Glenn Reynolds, aka, the Instapundit, is una…

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Opinion: America is leaving thousands of people behind in Afghanistan. This is a moral disaster.

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Enormous as it is, the number of people evacuated by air from Kabul since the end of July — about 122,000 — is not large enough. Thankfully, many thousands of American citizens, third-country nationals and Afghans who worked directly for U.S. and allied military forces or embassies made it out. But many thousands of people did not, including former U.S. interpreters and their families, and Afghans classified by President Biden and his administration as “vulnerable…

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Nearly 90 retired generals and admirals call on Gen. Milley and Gen. Austin to resign over Afghanistan disaster

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A group of nearly 90 retired generals and admirals called for the resignations of the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff over the disaster of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan…

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4 Keys to What’s Next in Afghanistan as 13 US Service Members Die in Attacks

“The Biden administration has created a massive hostage situation,” says Heritage Foundation’s Jim Phillips. “Even if the Taliban doesn’t take hostages, they will not do a lot to protect the Americans…

SOURCE: 4 Keys to What’s Next in Afghanistan as 13 US Service Members Die in Attacks


Nancy Pelosi’s grotesque behavior after the bomb in Kabul was for a reason

WATCH: Joe Biden Admits: “They Gave Me A List” of Who “I Was Instructed To Call On”

Kill list: Biden’s team hands American and Afghani names to the Taliban

Call Afghanistan What It Is… Also Pray for Afghanistan

As many as 80,000 desperate people still need to be evacuated from behind enemy lines—thousands of U.S. citizens and tens of thousands of Afghans who risked their lives for years to help U.S. troops.

Call Afghanistan What It Is: The Worst Hostage Crisis in American History

On Nov. 4, 1979, militants seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, taking more than 60 American hostages. It was hell for the captured Americans, and Jimmy Carter’s inability to extricate them helped doom him to a one-term presidency.

The way things are shaping up in Kabul, that national humiliation is being recreated on a far, far bigger scale—it is no hyperbole to say that it is starting to look like America’s worst hostage crisis…

SOURCE: Call Afghanistan What It Is: The Worst Hostage Crisis in American History


Praying for Afghanistan – Family Research Council

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Today, as we write this, our hearts are heavy. The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is producing untold human tragedies. Desperate scenes at the Kabul airport — and the violence erupting across Afghanistan that Western media does not see — portray an international tragedy of immense proportion.

And for some 10,000 to 12,000 Afghan Christians, whose numbers have grown as they’ve worshipped in small, underground groups, this is a life-and-death emergency. They are being specifically and openly targeted by the Taliban.

These troubling events are a call to prayer. Family Research Council has been tracking the situation in Afghanistan, and we ask you to join us as we intercede for our endangered sisters and brothers there. For more on what’s happening and how you can pray, please see the following resources:

The sobering religious freedom lesson of Afghanistan by Tony Perkins and Travis Weber

Afghan Christians Are Facing a Taliban Reign of Terror by Lela Gilbert

Explainer: What the Taliban Takeover Means for Afghan Believers by Arielle Del Turco and Tyler Watt

“They Need a Miracle”: Pray for the People of Afghanistan by Arielle Del Turco

5 Ways to Pray for the People of Afghanistan by Arielle Del Turco

General Jerry Boykin Discusses the Fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban

If Congress Wants to Invest in Infrastructure, It Should Focus on Defense

If Congress Wants to Invest in Infrastructure, It Should Focus on Defense

For most of our defense infrastructure, major investment is overdue. The Navy’s four public shipyards are a clear example. They are all over 100 years old, and they are falling apart…

SOURCE: If Congress Wants to Invest in Infrastructure, It Should Focus on Defense

Biden’s Weakening of America

I usually hate to beat a dead horse as the saying goes but the Biden Administrations UTTER FAILURE in the withdrawal from Afghanistan leaves me no choice but to post more of these articles.