The Department of Justice has requested that a federal appeals court dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.

President Obama ordered the nation's top military leaders in 2010 either to support his efforts to homosexualize the military or resign their commission.

Senator John McCain has accused Edward Snowden of working for Russia, despite the fact that the NSA and FBI say otherwise.

A U.S. congressman has revealed that the Obama administration is providing critical high-tech military technology to Russia.

The Gulf of Tonkin incident, in which it was claimed two American ships were attacked on the open seas, caused the United States to enter the Vietnam War. But it was fiction.

A U.S. air base in Okinawa recently hosted a "drag" show by a half dozen soldiers as a fundraiser for a homosexual activist group on the base.

It stretches reason to suggest that the Crimean Parliament permitting the people of Crimea to vote on whether to secede from Ukraine (and become a part of Russia) is a threat to U.S. or European security.

With Russia and the United States confronting each other over Ukraine, the world is at a dangerous juncture.

A committee of the Arizona state Senate has approved a bill that would nullify any and all federal laws, including the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), that would permit the indefinite detention of American citizens.

Iran has signed a deal to sell $195 million dollars’ worth of arms and ammunition to Iraq, according to documents seen by Reuters news agency, which broke the story.

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