women in combat
It was "obviously" the hope of a "mischievous liberal" at the studio, he wrote.
When we're finally recognized or achieve the improbable, I'm going to celebrate. And I'm going to post a photo to show what is possible. Don't feel left out because your demographic doesn't have a parade or a hashtag: the very fact that you don't need one shows you're already included.
Mr. Cruz has given us a lot to think about. Most crucially, we all have a role to play in the way the country manages our military, and we all might benefit from having a bit more at stake.
She's poised to become the first woman ever to lead a combatant command.
Recently the U.S. military announced it had opened all combat positions to women. In response, some on the evangelical right suggested that "a nation that sends its young women to fight its wars is a nation that may no longer be worth defending."
The military has long prided itself on being a meritocracy, where those who serve are judged not based on who they are or where they come from, but rather what they have to offer to help defend this country. Today, we take yet another step toward that continued excellence.