Blog: Reflection about War

Dec 20, 2011 | By Matthew Shuster

I remember sitting in my junior high gym class in Northern Virginia when the principal’s announcement came over the loudspeakers that a plane had hit one of the Twin Tower buildings in New York City and that another had also crashed closer to home, into the Pentagon. Read more

As the U.S. Military Exits Iraq

Sunday morning, December 18, 2011, the last U.S. troops left Iraq. Almost nine years of war have come to an end. Read more

History Lesson 101: Congress and the Power to Declare War

According to the Constitution, “Congress shall have Power to declare War.” It is important for our country’s leaders to follow the rules outlined in the Constitution. In 2002, Congress ignored this instruction when it granted President George W. Bush authority over the Iraq invasion, known as the “Authorization for Use of Military Force in Iraq,” which NETWORK opposed. Read more