operation enduring freedom
He also hopes Washington won't abandon its friends in Afghanistan.
The real fear of Republicans about politically correct discourse is their over-reliance on offensive language to arouse the emotions in their base of marginally-educated white males by appealing to their fear of "the other."
While we used to feel inspired by our country, we now feel disenchanted. While we used to hope, now we doubt. And rather than listening to leaders who unite us, too often we pay heed to demagogues like Rush Limbaugh whose sole source of profit comes from division and discord.
Let us never forget those who paid the ultimate price, while showing our appreciation, support and respect to those who continue to serve. Perhaps the best way to honor the fallen and injured is to continue their legacy in our future heroes.
The bombing is a bitter reminder of rampant self-deception in occupied Kabul, with its "Ring of Steel," and police checkpoints. A place where I myself became guilty of the perpetuation of talking vs. doing. It's a wake up call and broad hint to the fact that crunch time has begun.
KABUL, Oct 19 (Reuters) - The future role of U.S. troops in Afghanistan after 2014, to be set down in a bilateral accord
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Powell helped organize the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative, which invests $100 million to educate disadvantaged women
The NYPD represents themselves as veteran friendly, offering benefits such as fee waivers and additional points on their
Civilian casualties from drone strikes have raised ethical concerns and angered local populations, creating tension between
Congressman Duncan Hunter, who served in the Marines in Iraq and occasionally had a chance to interact with Dunford, said
Similarly, in describing the 1,990th casualty, Marine Lance Corporal Buckley, the Times attributes his death to "a man who
After more than 10 years of war in Afghanistan, the U.S. reached a milestone on Wednesday when the 2,000th American died
(CNN) -- The death of a U.S. Marine in southern Afghan combat has ushered in a grim milestone. Cpl. Taylor J. Baune of Andover