BRANDON J. WEICHERT | REAL CLEAR DEFENSE Since the 1970s, the United States has had an All-Volunteer Force (AVF). From … More
Tag: civil military relations
America Needs a New National Security Act
“Fact is, since the original National Security Act of 1947 was passed, the world—and the requirements for national security—have changed immeasurably. Meanwhile, our most important institutions for national defense have only gotten larger (but not necessarily better at defending the country). They’ve become pigs—led by bureaucratic sheep—in a world of wolves. And pigs get slaughtered.”
The German Elections and Their Impact On the Army
Globalist elements within Germany’s government hope to use the German Army in “coalitions under international control,” which is threatened by the rise of alternative political parties.
America’s Broken Defense Budget
The House of Representatives have passed the National Defense Authorization Act up to the Senate. It represents one of the most wasteful budgets in history. I explain why our defense budget is broken and what we must do to repair it before it’s too late.
VLOG: Putin In Eastern Ukraine
This VLOG is a response to people who have responded to my most recent article on the need for President-elect Trump to combat Vladimir Putin with time and resolve.