“. . . See How The Army’s Toughest Soldiers Get Made”
After his 20-year old son overdosed on drugs, Mike Stollings decided to post a photo of his body at the funeral home on Facebook out of grief and guilt. The...Read More
Associate Professor of Economics, North Carolina State Univ.
From NPR: Starting in the spring of 2008, key officials from Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the Uniformed Services
It has been a tough few decades for high-end military procurement, for sure. Promising projects, hardware, weapons systems, trains, planes,
Those who treasure our priceless Second Amendment liberties need to be very careful where we donate, lest we shoot ourselves