Military Leaders are spending too much time trying to appease the politically correct

Jim Campbell's

Comment by Jim Campbell

September, 5th, 2021

Of course this was another waste of time and the taxpayers money.

Their time should be focused on making sure each command is at peak operational efficiency.

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Voting along party lines, the bill was defeated.

The American

John M. Donnelly

House Democrats want the new National Defense Authorization Act to make plain that armed services personnel and recruits are not allowed to advocate or take part in extremist activities or belong to extremist groups.

But the debate over what extremism means and how such a prohibition would be enforced is expected to be fierce — starting at Wednesday’s House Armed Services Committee markup of the fiscal 2022 bill.

Maryland Democrat Anthony G. Brown plans to file an amendment at the markup that would make explicit a military commander’s authority to bar or expel people…

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