Foreign Policy & Military Defense

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Gen. Shelton sees Mainland China as growing threat to U.S.
December 15, 2000 in THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Disenfranchising the Military
Published Wednesday, Nov 22, 2000 in the Wall Street Journal

Our National Security Nightmare
March 7, 2000 in the Washington Times

Red China's Real Threat Rep. Christopher Cox, Chairman of the House Select Committee on Chinese Espionage details the national-security implications of the theft of top U.S. nuclear-weapons technology
August 20, 1999 Insight Magazine

Clinton is Failing as a Commander
Published Friday, May 28, 1999, in the San Jose Mercury News

Johnny Chung Says DNC "Should Be Ashamed"
Conservative News Service May 11, 1999

... And More Defense Secrets Lost by the Clinton Administration
New York Post May 11, 1999

The Deadliest Download by William Safire

Military Decline Puts U.S. in a Bind by Bruce Bartlett

Undermining the Military  by Thomas Sowell

The Clintons versus American Military Personnel and Defense Preparedness  by Paul Craig Roberts

Clinton Foreign Policy Screw Ups Endanger Amnericans in the Long Run by Frank Gaffney Jr.

Clinton's Utah Coal Lockup: A trillion dollar Lippo payoff? by Sarah Foster

"Pop a Smoke!"   Like Hanoi Jane Fonda, Bill Clinton's long-standing contempt for the U.S. military and military personnel is well-known -- and morale among the services is at an all-time low because he is their Commander in Chief. Here are some candid observations about Bill Clinton from Marines who served in Vietnam.

Two Belgrade Bombers Compared  

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