Del. Pat McGeehan of West Virginia, who first introduced the Defend the Guard Act in 2015, is both discouraged by how much Middle America has suffered during the Global War on Terror but is hopeful for the bill's passage in the new year.
Following the bill's passage in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Will Cain, Pete Hegseth, and Kayleigh McEnany agree that states have a role in preventing their National Guard from being sent on unconstitutional military deployments.
The international alliance system and the needs of current, undeclared U.S. combat operations do not supercede the U.S. Constitution and American citizens' right to a responsive, representative government, says the founder of the Bring Our Troops Home.
Congressman Thomas Massie of Kentucky, a principled conservative and committed non-interventionist, endorsed passage of the Defend the Guard Act and promised to give assistance from Capitol Hill.
Biotech entrepreneur and Republican presidential contender Vivek Ramaswamy has become the first 2024 major party candidate to endorse the Defend the Guard Act.
Comedian and progressive news commentator Jimmy Dore spoke with Dan McKnight of Bring Our Troops Home to learn about the Defend the Guard movement and why America's veterans are turning away from supporting endless wars abroad.
In a letter addressed to his fellow Legionnaires, Richard Klose of Laurel, Montana, who served as the State Commander of the Montana American Legion from 2018 to 2019, explains his support for S.B. 560, the Defend the Guard Act.
Press release issued by Bring Our Troops Home on March 22, 2023 following the successful passage of S.B. 1367 in Arizona.
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