As China was spewing increasingly militaristic anti-American rhetoric and spying against the United States — the Obama administration reportedly waived laws prohibiting Chinese-made parts on U.S. weapons systems.

Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States will help Iraq in its fight against al-Qaeda-linked militants but will not send troops back to Iraq.

Fewer than half of the female Marines at Paris Island, South Carolina, taking the Personal Fitness Test in September passed it, exposing the "equality" fallacy once again.

Drones, already known to be deadly, will become more advanced and will soon fill the domestic skies and will be buzzing over every city in America.

A recent survey shows that Americans are overwhelmingly opposed to military involvement in Afghanistan.

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for December 30, 2013 - January 5, 2014.

The interventionist establishment is terrified that a reinvigorated Tea Party may prevent new unnecessary wars and foreign military interventions in the coming years, according to an article in Democracy magazine.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) voted against the NDAA, noting that it retained the indefinite detention provisions of past versions.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel criticized the actions of the Chinese Navy in a close encounter with a U.S. vessel in the South China Sea.

A U.S. drone strike killed innocent members of a wedding party in Yemen.

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