Psaki’s ‘Stranded” Americans Comment Brings Fire As Biden Plays Defense

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Is Taking Growing Criticism For Comments She Made Suggesting That Americans Are Not Stranded In Afghanistan, Despite Overwhelming Evidence To The Contrary.

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Pentagon Mandates Vaccine After Pfizer Approval

All Military Members Will Be Required To Take The COVID-19 Vaccine, The Pentagon Announced Monday, But Some Members Of Congress Have Already Mobilized An Effort To Overturn The Mandate.

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Representative DesJarlais Stands Against Vaccine Mandate For Military

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Is Set To Implement A Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate For Active-Duty U.S. Armed Forces Members Soon. Congressman Scott DesJarlais Released A Statement In Opposition To Any COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For Military Service Members.

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Blackburn: For Tennesseans, Military Appreciation Starts At Home

While Biden Is Willing To Dole Out Trillions For Energy Efficient Cars And Blue State Bailouts, His Priorities Sideline Much Needed Defense Spending. Rather Than Providing Adequate Funding For Both Readiness And Modernization, Biden Is Pushing Military Leaders To Make The Tough Choices For Him. Without The Ability To Maintain Our Defense Capabilities, Our Troops Will Be At A Clear Disadvantage.

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Biden’s $1.5 Trillion Budget Only Includes A 1.7% Increase For National Defense

President Joe Biden Released Top-level Numbers For His Proposed 2022 Budget Friday. The $1.5 Trillion Plan Includes Major Spending Increases For Domestic Projects While Keeping Defense Spending Essentially Steady With Inflation.

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Tennessee Guardsmen Return Home After 11-Month Deployment

More Than 100 Soldiers Assigned To The Tennessee National Guard’s 252nd Military Police Company Returned Home Friday, March 26, After An 11-month Overseas Deployment As Part Of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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