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Iran Nuclear Deal... Obamacare... And More...

Nov 25, 2013 eNewsletter

THANKSGIVING IS JUST DAYS AWAY and as Americans gather with friends and family through the entire holiday season, it’s important that we take a moment to reflect on the men and women of the armed forces, especially those who are contributing to the...

Iran deal's details are cause for alarm: Opposing view

Nov 24, 2013 Column

The race to halt a nuclear ambitious Iran is eerily reminiscent of America's sprint more than two decades ago to halt North Korea's development of nuclear weapons, and Iran constitutes an even greater threat to the world. Since then, the...

Integrity of process endured

Oct 19, 2013 Column

Now that the government shutdown is over, analysis of who was right and who was wrong, who won and who lost is sure to continue for weeks. Consider most of it background noise. Although the politics of the shutdown are enticing, it’s more important...

An Honor Long Overdue

Oct 15, 2013 Column

America's military is still fighting in Afghanistan – a fact that has been overshadowed by the state of dysfunction amid the ongoing government shutdown and approaching debt limit. For the first time in a long while, Americans will be reminded of...

An Honor Long Overdue

Oct 15, 2013 Column

America's military is still fighting in Afghanistan – a fact that has been overshadowed by the state of dysfunction amid the ongoing government shutdown and approaching debt limit. For the first time in a long while, Americans will be reminded of...

Honor where honor is overdue

Sep 27, 2013 Column

In more than a decade of fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Medal of Honor — the highest award for combat bravery — has been awarded five times to living recipients. On Oct. 15, the Medal of Honor will be presented to another living recipient,...

Congressman Hunter statement on Army Capt. Will Swenson MOH

Sep 17, 2013 Press Release

Washington DC—Today, U.S. Congressman Duncan Hunter, a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and member of the House Armed Services Committee, praised the announcement that Army Captain Will Swenson will receive the Medal of Honor.  Hunter...

Syria fails the Powell Doctrine test

Sep 10, 2013 Column

In calling for a limited military strike in Syria, President Barack Obama has declared U.S. action a moral imperative, citing the use of chemical weapons by Bashar Assad’s regime as reason to act. I’m not convinced. The use of chemical weapons is...

At Syria-Jordan border, Hunter urges President to arm and train Syrian opposition group

Aug 27, 2013 Press Release

U.S. Congressman Duncan Hunter, a member of the House Armed Services Committee and veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, today urged the President to train and arm the Free Syrian Army in the fight against the Assad government.  Hunter made...

Congressman Warns of Consequences from Shrinking U.S. Flagged Shipping Fleet

Aug 6, 2013 Column

For centuries, the world’s oceans have been an influential force.  They have forged industrial strength, enhanced security, established connectivity and contributed to science and research.  As long as there are oceans, national and global interests...

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