Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin

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Exclusive – Jerry Boykin: Judge Usurps Power, Ignores Real Issues in Transgender Military Injunction

President Trump used Twitter to announce on July 26 that “the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military.” U. S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, appointed to the federal bench by then-President Clinton, has now substituted her own judgment about how to run the military for that of our nation’s elected Commander-in-Chief.

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Jerry Boykin – Secretary Mattis: Focus on War-Fighting, Ditch the Social Engineering

The head of the United States Pacific Command, Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr., testified before the House of Representatives in late April that the threat posed by North Korea has grown sufficiently to endanger the Hawaiian Islands. All around the globe, serious national security problems are coming to the fore in places like Iran, Venezuela, Afghanistan, and the South China Sea. Yet, because of holdover personnel from the Obama administration, and damaging Obama-era policies remaining in place, our military continues flailing.

David Shulkin

Boykin: Shulkin Poised to Address Concerns at the VA

On January 11, then-President-elect Donald J. Trump nominated David J. Shulkin, M.D., to be his administration’s first Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). At the time, Dr. Shulkin was serving as the agency’s Under Secretary for Health Administration. On February 1, the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs held a fast-tracked confirmation hearing for Dr. Shulkin. As an Obama appointee for his current position, Shulkin is expected to be confirmed in the general session of the Senate.

Transgenders in the Military: A Deadly Distraction

At a time when leaders in Congress and the White House should be moving heaven and earth to enhance readiness and providing a strategic plan for success on the battle field, the focus has shifted to social experiments with the concomitant training and education that accompanies these new programs.

Bergdahl: Three Unanswered Questions

Bergdahl: Three Unanswered Questions

The Obama administration has announced that the Department of Defense is appointing U.S. Army Major General Kenneth Dahl to investigate the alleged desertion and recovery of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. Gen. Dahl will seek to determine the facts surrounding Sgt. Bergdahl’s

The Politics of Hate, One Year Later

The Politics of Hate, One Year Later

One year ago today, assistant United States attorneys elicited admissions of criminal activity in open federal court from a man who went into an office building on August 15, 2012, in downtown Washington and shot a building manager – shattering