By Mac Thornberry
WASHINGTON- Secretary Of Defense Ashton Carter and General Joseph Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will testify tomorrow about the President’s strategy to take on ISIS. President Obama has had more Secretaries of Defense than any other Commander-In-Chief in the modern era. As Secretary Carter prepares to face Congress, how do his predecessors think the Presid
By Jim Sensenbrenner
By Editorial Board
THE HILL: Obama's veto threatens National Guard and Reserve readiness
By Jeffrey E. Phillips
WASHINGTON - Today, Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), Chairmen of the Armed Services Committees, responded to the President's anticipated veto of the defense bill and the impact that has on troops and their families. The Chairmen were joined by Congressional Veterans; Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA), Rep.
USA Today - Gregory Korte
WASHINGTON — President Obama will issue a rare veto of a defense policy bill Thursday in a showdown with Congress over broader spending levels, the White House said.
Wall Street Journal - Opinion
By JOHN MCCAIN And MAC THORNBERRY
As the President addressed reporters ahead of his unprecedented Oval Office veto of the National Defense Authorization Act, he laid out a number of reasons for his veto. While people are entitled to their own opinion, they are not entitled to their own facts. Below, we set the record straight about this unprecedented and dangerous veto: