Hewitt, Inhofe Battle Over Proposed Military Cuts

Hewitt, Inhofe Battle Over Proposed Military Cuts

Talk radio host Hugh Hewitt and Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) squared off over military pay and benefit cuts as part of a military budget deal on Tuesday.  Hewitt said that listeners had been writing to him and were “pissed” and

House Armed Services Chair Vows Hearings on Bergdahl-Taliban Deal

House Armed Services Chair Vows Hearings on Bergdahl-Taliban Deal

On “America’s Newsroom” on the Fox News Channel on Monday, House Armed Services Chairman Rep. Buck McKeon (R-CA) reacted to the deal between the United States government and the Taliban that resulted in the release of POW U.S. Army Sgt.

DiGenova: 'Shame' On House GOP For Lack Of Benghazi Subpoenas

DiGenova: 'Shame' On House GOP For Lack Of Benghazi Subpoenas

Former US Attorney Joe DiGenova called out House Republican leadership and, specifically, Armed Services Chairman Buck McKeon (R-CA) Monday morning for not aggressively issuing subpoenas in relation to the Benghazi terrorist attacks and suspected cover-up.  DiGenova and his wife and

Congress and Pentagon at Odds over Defense Reports

Congress and Pentagon at Odds over Defense Reports

Amid the battles various portions of the U.S. military are involved in around the world, there is one in DC raging now between Capital Hill and the Pentagon over the length and methodology of intelligence and analystic reports.   This

McKeon: We Should Raise Taxes To Avoid Deeper Defense Cuts

From the Marine Corps Times: The House Armed Services Committee chairman said Friday he would be willing to support a tax increase to pay for defense spending but would “fight like crazy to make sure those are not the only

Rep. Buck McKeon: We Need a Huge Outpouring of Love for Our Troops

Tonight on Secure Freedom Radio: US Representative for California’s 25th District and Chairman of the House Armed Services Commission, Congressman Buck McKeon concludes today’s show discussing the ongoing defense budget debate. The military is currently facing cuts to each of

Showdown Over the Defense Budget is Brewing…

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and President Obama’s Debt Commission are looking to divert money away from defense and search for savings of $100 billion. (This is supposed to go to deficit reduction, but who is naive enough to believe