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Posted on Dec 9, 2012 Print this Article

Issue 30: December 2012

New CMR Website and the Challenges Ahead

 

Results of the recent election were disappointing and worrisome for the future of our military. Budget cuts loom, but that's not the worst of it.  The Obama Administration is pushing hard to impose even heavier burdens of social engineering on the men and women of our military. 

 

Moving from LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) law in the military to women in land combat, the administration continues to weaken the culture of our military, the only one we have.

 

This is no time to leave the men and women of our armed forces to fend for themselves. 

 

The new website of the Center for Military Readiness, http://www.cmrlink.org, welcomes communication with our troops and sends a message of support.  The website combines an attractive format with updated capabilities that are presented in a more contemporary style. 

 

New articles posted on http://www.cmrlink.org in recent weeks report on controversial military/social issues that affect military readiness and national security, including the consequences of LGBT law and the issue of women in land combat.

 

The recent same-sex marriage ceremony at West Point in New York, for example, underscores the need to reinforce the law and congressional intent with regard to marriage and religious liberty in the military:

 

 

 

CMR is analyzing the current research project that General James Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, announced in February of this year.  Pentagon feminists and their civilian feminist allies are trying to score major victories before Congress has the chance to provide attentive oversight on serious questions, including assignments in direct ground combat (infantry) battalions that attack the enemy with deliberate offensive action:

 

 

 

Our goal is to keep the spotlight on all changes in military/social policies that ensue in the next four years. 

 

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 The Center for Military Readiness is an independent public policy organization that specializes in military/social issues.  Nothing in this publication is intended to support or oppose legislation.

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Posted on Dec 9, 2012 Print this Article