Forces will be stripped, recruitment will be difficult, and gutting defense "will threaten the foundations of the all-volunteer force" as crises abound.
Dennis Tito's plan to go to Mars by 2018 has skeptics scoffing and space buffs cheering.
Also: we await comment from AARP ...
How the new secretary of state should approach Latin America. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Feinstein angles for traction on assault weapons ban in heated Judiciary hearing; Reid says he'll bring one bill to the floor.
And turn into de facto administration advisers.
Cómo debería abordar las relaciones con América Latina el nuevo secretario de estado norteamericano
What to make of a Tea Party-backed candidate caught canoodling with President Obama?
Even with the Army poised to lose 40 percent of operating funds, Obama is wed to Head Start and flu vaccine memes.
Cesar del Aguila wants Hans off the Fairfax Electoral Board for “bias”. Join us, Mr. del Aguila, in a review of Hans’ voting record.
The clause has nothing to do with party. It is a necessary check on Executive Branch power.
Despite the veto threat and snail's-pace prosecution of Hasan -- and the fact that the media "let this thing go."
Hiding from the U.S. government and media need not involve smearing one's self with mud.
A name generally ignored during Black History Month.
Rubio: “I want people to make a lot more than $9 an hour. I want people to make as much as they can."
A private venture to the Red Planet may be possible.
Coolidge's ideals still resonate, as reflected by Carson's much-loved recent speech. (Related: For Ed Driscoll's recent interview with Amity Shlaes, the author of Coolidge, click here.)
The Website is a barometer of the perfect storm battering the modern university.
Obama raised the possibility during his State of the Union. He's right, it's a great idea.
This Sunday is Hollywood’s biggest night, so who will walk off with a heavy golden statue, and who will have to pretend the nomination itself was an honor? Lionel Chetwynd and I take a look at the major categories and test our powers of divination. Plus, we reveal what Academy voters were able to do for the first time ever in Oscar history.
Will Washington step up in the 11th hour for our most elite warriors, or will cuts hazardously weaken SOCOM's readiness?
Is there a silver lining in allowing the sequester to go forward?
Firing up the proletariat with anti-Americanism: hey, it worked last time.
A French-language version of this letter has been read widely in Europe. Schapira has presented PJ Media with a translation.