A necessary punitive act watched by China, North Korea, Iran, and Russia.
Daniel StrandApril 7, 2017
A profoundly violent, sublimely beautiful film
Marc LiVeccheMarch 22, 2017
In this episode we speak with Matt Gobush about the Obama doctrine, his foreign policy, and a concept Gobush calls “Moral Multilateralism”.
Matt Gobush & Mark MeltonMarch 15, 2017
The First Marine Division’s paragon of virtue, Chesty Puller, upheld the standards of just warfighting and respect, if not love, of the enemy. We pray his progeny leading the defense of our nation today will do the same.
Matt GobushFebruary 23, 2017
Much has been written on the types of “woundedness” warriors suffer in combat, including physical, mental, emotional, and even moral injury. However, the U.S. has failed to explore a warrior’s spiritual injury in combat and its debilitating, life-long effects (including for a warrior’s family).
Timothy MallardFebruary 13, 2017
Following Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea, the West has become fascinated with the term “hybrid warfare.” While the term appears to be relatively new, hybrid warfare itself is not a new strategy, nor is it a threat to be taken lightly.
Brian SikmaJanuary 23, 2017
75 years ago Reinhold Niebuhr rejoiced that America had finally resolved to do her duty
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 17, 2017
In the Christian view, the normative grounding from which the tradition of just war casuistry springs is the dominical command to love.
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 4, 2017
The visit to Pearl Harbor was, arguably, incomplete. Nevertheless, proves again the extraordinary.
Marc LiVeccheDecember 28, 2016