peace

Why Do These Wars Never End?

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

The idea that the United States can customarily win a war quickly without using its full power or marshalling public support remains difficult. And it’s very rare that the U.S. faces existential threats prompting the full use of U.S. military superiority and earning the determination of an aggrieved public to purse unconditional surrender at any cost.

Veterans Day Is Not A Celebration of War, But a Caution Against It

The original purpose of Armistice Day, that the end of World War I be "commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations…" is too often forgotten.

Rand Paul, Christianity, and War

Daniel Larison, American Conservative

At the Faith and Freedom Conference, he argued for religion's principles of peace, not pacifism.