Tea Party Voters Worry About Afghan War Price Tag

The Afghanistan Study Group has just completed a survey of conservative attitudes about the Afghanistan War – including voters who identify themselves as part of the Tea Party movement.   Results show that conservative voters are highly concerned about the high costs of US military expenditures in the war that are slated to be $119 billion … Continue reading “Tea Party Voters Worry About Afghan War Price Tag”

Hail Christopher Preble

The Power Problem: How American Military Dominance Makes Us Less Safe, Less Prosperous, and Less Free Christopher Preble Cornell University Press, 2009 Although there has always been some animosity between some Antiwar.com and some Cato Institute people, I don’t share in that animosity. Is either organization perfect? No. Welcome to reality. But both organizations are … Continue reading “Hail Christopher Preble”