Yes, Drone Strikes are Legal and Moral

I must confess, I’m puzzled by Christian outrage at our drone campaign — the most precise aerial bombardment in the history of warfare. [Read more…]

Thoughts on War, Loss, and Suicide

This morning I woke up to see yet another story about soldier suicides — this one about a Vietnam veteran. [Read more…]

The Gap Between Our Capabilities and Our Will

It is becoming increasingly clear that our elite class not only lacks the courage to fight our long war themselves; they lack even the will to effectively utilize those who do not lack courage. [Read more…]

A Muslim Voice That Must Be Heard

Earlier today I co-hosted Jay Sekulow Live for a full hour, and caller after caller lit up our board to decry the embassy attacks of September 11 and ask, “Where are the more moderate Muslim voices? Why are the radicals so dominant?”  I answered from my experience in Iraq with one word: “Fear.”   [Read more…]

9/11: The Case for Controlled and Sustained Rage

Every year on the eve of 9/11, my wife and I show our older kids pictures from the day. And every year I feel a fresh sense of rage at the attack. [Read more…]