Military

Thanks to Obama, 'Today American Nuclear Strategy Finally Caught Up with History'

"The Cold War ended more than two decades ago, and today American nuclear strategy finally caught up with history," as the Obama administration has recognized "the greatest threat is no longer ...

ABC Cheers 'Dramatic' and 'Truly Historic' JCS Opposition to 'Don't Ask/Don't Tell'

Only ABC led with the comments from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) against "don't ask/don't tell" as anchor Diane Sawyer called it "a dramatic day on Capitol Hill" and reporter ...

CNN Boosts Repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Gay activists in favor of changing military policy outnumber others 11 to 1 in coverage.

Gibson Empathizes with Obama: 'Holy God, What a Weight that Is on Your Shoulders'

In his swan song interview with President Barack Obama, which consumed more than ten minutes of World News, ABC's Charles Gibson couldn't have provided a friendlier or more empathetic platform to ...

FNC Reports Plight of Navy SEAL Heroes Charged with Prisoner Abuse

In the past several days, FNC has given attention to the plight of three Navy SEALs who helped capture one of the most wanted terrorists in Iraq ' a man named Ahmed Hashim Abed who is believed to ...

The Times Continues to Evade Issue of Killer Hasan's Muslim Extremism

Two more articles evade the issue of Malik Hasan's religious extremism and support for suicide bombers, in favor of psychobabble about maintaining diversity and the "strain of working with ...

NYT Gives False Impression That Catholic Medal of Honor Recipient Was Muslim

Andrea Elliott's front-page article in Monday's Times played up the thousands of Muslims in the U.S. military and how their service...is more necessary and more complicated than ever before, but ...

CBS and NBC Fail to ID Hasan as Muslim; ABC's Raddatz Relays: 'I Wish His Name was Smith'

Neither CBS nor NBC, in their East coast feeds Thursday night, noted the Muslim religious beliefs of the mass killer at the Fort Hood Army base in Texas, but ABC anchor Charles Gibson wasn't cowed ...

Surprise: Times Runs Cover Article in Support of R.O.T.C.

Reporter Michael Winerip questions the reasoning behind the Ivy League's 1960s, antiwar-era ban on the military's Reserve Officers Training Corp.

Columnist Thomas Friedman's Patriotic Flourish

Columnist Thomas Friedman, writing a mock Nobel Prize speech for Obama, urges the president to hail the U.S. military as "the world's most important peacekeepers."
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