A day after the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks – how should we move forward?
Memorial Day and the Afghan War. As we remember the fallen, consider a recent case that deserves more attention than it received. The lesson? Progress is evident – but ultimately requires more than superior fire-power.
Should we push for a swift resolution to President Mubarak’s crisis in Egypt? Consider what recent history teaches us about acting too soon when governments face upheaval. Consider the context in today’s Middle East. Then choose wisely.
The “war on terror” is a very different kind of war. And yet, as one veteran OEF veteran soldier observes, “why” we fight is more important to consider than “how”…
It’s October 10, 2010. The 10th year of the Afghan war just began. How about a “10-10-10″ challenge? With only 10 minutes of your time, you can build awareness and support for our military, and the people they protect at home and abroad…
Despite threats of violence, Afghanistan’s war-weary people participated in the second parliamentary election since the Taliban regime was overthrown. Who are the players, and why should we care?
On the eve of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, it’s time for a reality check. What do we stand to lose if we lose our focus with all of today’s media distractions?
The “Ground Zero Mosque” project is igniting passion on all sides. But what decision would be in everyone’s best interests? Let’s take a closer look…
What does it really mean to “celebrate” Memorial Day? There’s way more to this holiday than hotdogs and hamburgers. In fact, I can think of at least 5000 reasons why we should never forget.
Recent news coverage about the devastating fuel tanker bombing in Afghanistan doesn’t tell the whole story about motives of Taliban terrorists, Afghan civilians or NATO forces. What’s wrong with this picture?