A conservative military watchdog is concerned about the decision by the U.S. Air Force to appoint a non-pilot female to a major flying command.
A Middle East expert says no Israeli offensive will be successful unless it achieves some very specific objectives.
A conservative military watchdog understands why the military is turning away potential recruits because of their unseemly tattoos.
An advocate for secure borders says Americans are tired of the federal government's reckless disregard of U.S. immigration laws by encouraging and allowing a "tsunami" of young illegal immigrants to flood across the southern border.
A military veteran with the American Center for Law and Justice sees a double-standard in President Obama's advice to Israel to exercise "reasonableness and restraint" against Hamas. That Army Reserve officer wonders if the president would feel the same way if the U.S. were under similar circumstances.
Middle East expert David Rubin says the United States and other Western nations need to stop calling for Israel to use "restraint" when dealing with the latest barrage of rockets being hurled into the Jewish state.
A conservative military watchdog says the Pentagon is going too far in giving "pink slips" to active-duty soldiers.
An immigration enforcement activist says American communities throughout the country need to follow the example of citizens of a Southern California city who actively confronted the arrival of Central American children who are in the U.S. illegally.
The founder of the Minuteman Project is organizing a gathering on the southern border that he promises will dwarf the original border watches of nearly a decade ago.
A Middle East expert says any invasion of Gaza by Israel Defense Forces must be to win – and that it needs to include recapture of both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
A former mayor in Israel supports the strong response from that country after the bodies of three kidnapped Israeli teens were found in the West Bank.
A national defense analyst says he is not pleased with the decision by the Veterans Administration to allow so-called married homosexuals in the military to be buried together in national cemeteries.
A U.S.-born Middle East expert says if the United States doesn't curb Islamic immigration, the whole of Western civilization is in trouble. He suggests putting political correctness aside and doing what's morally right.
A national defense analyst doubts that the ISIS terrorists who have overrun much of Iraq will be able to use any of the chemical weapons that they captured and now control.
The head of a messianic Jewish ministry says she is concerned that Somali immigrants in her own state have reportedly left their homes to join a jihadist army currently at war in Syria and Iraq.
As the conflict in Iraq escalates, Iraqi and Iranian leaders – as well as a top American pundit – have called out President Obama for what many describe as his evasive tactics when dealing with terrorism and hostile regimes.