Defense Cuts on Townhall

Cortney O'Brien - Sat Jan 2

Right goal, wrong method? ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Oct 7

Priorities. ... more

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. - Tue Jun 24

Kurt Schlichter - Mon May 5

Larry Provost - Sat Mar 29

Susan Stamper Brown - Tue Mar 4

Earl Tilford - Fri Nov 15

Byron York - Mon Jan 14

Just because the sequestration cuts are bad doesn't mean the defense budget should be sacrosanct. ... more

Steve Chapman - Thu Dec 6

The argument for leaving 10,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan after 2014 is more or less reasonable on its face. The Kabul government is fragile; our gains might be reversed; the Afghan military is not ready to stand on its own. Here's the unreasonable, unavoidable part: If we don't leave then, we probably never will. ... more

Kevin Glass - Thu Nov 15

The Congressional Budget Office released their analysis of the group of deficit-fighting policies known as the "fiscal cliff." The top-line analysis: completely averting the contraction that would occur in 2013 and 2014 would cost $1.16 trillion - entirely deficit-financed. ... more

Pete Hegseth - Thu Oct 25

If you weren’t watching Monday night’s presidential campaign debate in Boca Raton, Fla., you missed at least one jaw-dropping assertion. In a discussion of the “sequestration” spending cuts slated to slash defense and other budget items starting in January, President Obama declared that the sequester “will not happen.” ... more