Department of Defense

Stop Diverting Our Defense Dollars To Sex Change Surgery

Our friends at the Family Research Council have asked us to join them in encouraging conservative activists across the country to contact their Representatives to demand that they stop diverting our defense dollars to sex change surgery.

Is The Pentagon Finally Listening To Conservatives On LGBT Issues?

Secretary James Mattis has quietly squelched (at least temporarily) the Obama plan to enlist transgender recruits into the United States military services. However, the question remains whether Mattis plans to kill Obama’s plan or to eventually let it become Pentagon policy.

DOD: Killing ISIS Terrorists Is 'Not the Goal'

Susan Jones, CNS News

"Hundreds" of Islamic State fighters have been killed so far in U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, but killing those terrorists is "not the goal" of the U.S.-led campaign, said Rear Admiral John Kirby.

Military Bases Being Turned Into Permanent Refugee Camps

Three U.S. military bases are now being used to house illegal aliens, but according to our research several more are being considered. Unless Congress acts these bases may become permanent "refugee" camps.

House Repub's Secret Immigration Ploy

Matthew Boyle & Jonathan Strong, Breitbart

House Repubs. are quietly working to insert immigration legislation into the text of the Dept. of Defense authorization bill that would allow so-called DREAMers to obtain permanent legal residency by joining the military.

Defense Lobbyists Fear TeaParty GOP's Aim to Cut Spending

John T. Bennett, Defense News

"Is the conservative movement, with its insistence on federal spending cuts, including for defense, poised for a comeback under a possibly GOP-controlled legislative branch?" Big Gov't lobbyists who hate the sequester cuts hope that the Tea Party won't be that organized.

Did Snowden Leaks Help Terrorists?

Jeremy Herb, The Hill

Edward Snowden's leaks about NSA programs have put U.S. troops at risk and prompted terrorists to change their tactics, according to a Pentagon report. House Intelligence Comm.'s Mike Rogers (R-MI) and Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MI) said the report found that most documents were related to current U.S. military operations.