Arthur Laffer’s supply-side magic hits Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri.
Army Major Phil Nicklas spent much of 2008-2009, on the second of his three combat deployments, with a U.S. Military Transition Team along the Iraqi-Syrian border.
In this November 2012 interview, here, with the Combat Studies …
Four and a half years after the passage of TARP, one thing is abundantly clear: The American public really, really hates bank bailouts.
Marine Lance Cpl. Emilio Therien Gonzales hunts for a shooter near Patrol Base Boldak, Helmand province, March 3.
We owe a debt to our Iraq and Afghanistan war vets. Why is Washington so slow to take responsibility?
As a public service, Battleland is riffing through Pentagon contract solicitations to see if we can find spending that might have been curtailed during the budget cuts now crunching the Defense Department.
You know, so that …
While vets’ disability claims climbed 30% from 2009-11, their backlog – claims over 125 days old — jumped 400%.
Check out this video, allegedly being broadcast across North Korea about life in the United States.
All 315 million Americans are apparently homeless in North Korea’s United States. They spend all their time melting snow for …
The much-heralded doctrine of counter-insurgency (COIN) has been a profitable and career-enhancing bromide.
The son of evangelist Billy Graham tells TIME why he has agreed to support President Obama in passing universal background check legislation.
Congress can’t stop asking questions about the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that led to the death of four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
“We’re still in the stage of …