A conservative military watchdog is pleased the Senate blocked a bill last week that would have stripped senior military commanders of their authority to prosecute rapes and other serious offenses in the ranks.
A foreign policy expert has an opinion about the turmoil in Crimea: It's not worth starting World War III over.
A policy expert suggests Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot be trusted when he claims Russia will not use force in Ukraine.
A member of the U.S. House Appropriations Committee is concerned about Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's plan to slash the Pentagon budget and reduce the size of the U.S. Army.
A national defense analyst says the Pentagon should take a look at the armies of two of its potential adversaries before pushing forward with the idea of putting women in front-line combat units.
A national defense analyst, watching events in Egypt, suggests the recent resignation of Egypt's army-backed government is a precursor to the election of the country's defense minister as president.
A pro-family organization finds it "shameful" that the Defense Department has decided to retain a far-left wing organization as a training resource.
A national defense analysts says he's not surprised the vast majority of female U.S. Army soldiers don't want to serve in direct combat units.
A national defense analyst and Pentagon advisor is concerned about Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's plan to severely cut the Pentagon budget and reduce the size of the U.S. Army.
More than 300 Christian journalists gathered for a "Celebrate Israel" breakfast recently at the National Religious Broadcasters convention.
A former U.S. Navy chaplain and Christian activist says there are a number of things missing from a newly released report on the Navy's plan for religious ministry.
A brutal crime in New Mexico illustrates why the U.S. needs to better enforce the border with Mexico, says an immigration enforcement advocate.
The head of a messianic Jewish ministry says she agrees with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that countries that boycott the Jewish state are anti-Semitic.
Judicial Watch has obtained documents it says reveal that a top Pentagon leader – knowing full well a lawsuit had been filed seeking photos proving the death of Osama bin Laden – ordered the destruction of those photos.
A U.S. senator says he is pleased that both the Senate and the House have voted overwhelmingly to repeal military pension cuts approved last year.
The founder of Eagle Forum believes the program through which individuals gain asylum in the U.S. has become "a racket" – and that a recent easing of immigration rules by the Obama administration reflects the need for that program to be investigated.