Articles by Mackenzie Eaglen
The Pentagon has yet to fully spell out the effects of the budget cuts on national defense.
Reforms must be substantive and comprehensive rather than tinkering at the margins or efforts to simply stall and buy time to avoid hard choices.
President Barack Obama's State of the Union address showed nothing will change on foreign policy or greatly needed budget cuts.
Long before the threat of sequestration and additional spending cuts are realized, the Navy started to feel the squeeze of budget cuts.
The last minute fiscal cliff deal did not do defense spending any favors by pushing off sequestration for two months.
Sequestration will have dire consequences for the U.S. military and our national security.
This Thanksgiving, we should be thankful for our men and women in uniform who are abroad protecting our founding principles and privilege of being American.
President Obama is likely to maintain the status quo on defense policy in his next four years.
To avoid detrimental cuts to the defense budget, Congress must reach a comprehensive debt reduction deal.
The final presidential debate will show voters the differences between the foreign policy objectives of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.