A generation of Americans don't support the one day our country honors military deaths. Someday soon, Memorial Day will be totally dead.
Commemorating the 10th year of War in Iraq requires a perspective that many Americans find difficult to accept, including the author. War is measured in "blood and treasure" but there is more.
With the number of young Americans rejecting Christianity growing, what does the pope mean to them, anyhow?
When disgruntled employees resort to murder, does anyone really care why? We should get to the bottom of why an LAPD officer would go on a killing spree.
Recent public discourse regarding the reestablishment of a draft by some well-known and well-regarded public figures has people wondering if this is the correct national course of action.
The military's habit of playing politics with the lives of its heroes needs to stop.
War with China is not a forgone conclusion, but preparation for it is a necessity.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney shares with the world that President Obama is "our weakest president ever."
What if in our two-party political system tug of war, one party "let go of the rope?"
"Army Strong" isn't just a brand, it's a way of life (and death).
News of 3 US military members killed in Mali -- a country we officially exited from -- and then recovered with the bodies of 3 prostitutes underscores the connection of invisibility and character
With age comes wisdom, or at least what passes for it. Here are 9 realities I've learned about America during the last 10 years.
PTSD is a relatively misunderstood disorder, often mischaracterized and misportrayed, but it's not the bogey man we're led to believe. There is help.
On the controversial heels of the repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law, the Pentagon is formally recognizing openly gay, lesbian and bisexual military members, and honoring their service.