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Jeb’s national security and military readiness remarks at The Citadel

Jeb BushBy Lynn R. Mitchell

Video of Jeb Bush’s Citadel speech.

Jeb Bush addressed the student body at South Carolina’s The Citadel on Wednesday and, as Jennifer Rubin noted in the Washington Post, there are “a few voices of sanity on national security:

In a sea of self-delusion (from President Obama), fear-mongering (from anti-immigrant opportunists) and mind-numbing geopolitical stupidity (let’s allow Russia and Iran take over Syria!), there are some voices of reason out there.

Let’s start with Jeb Bush, who today at The Citadel rolls out a substantive, detailed defense proposal.

She then offered details of his national security policy. Read more here. He would:

  • Grow the Army Active Component end-strength back to 490,000
  • Build the Marines back up to 186,000
  • Increasing Navy and Air Force firepower
  • Modernizing the nuclear triad
  • Study the feasibility of a high-altitude, medium-to-long endurance persistent ISR/strike system to complement the new long range bomber
  • Increase the combat fleet by continuing with the F-35 program
  • Explore other options for air supremacy
  • Rebuild our intelligence capabilities
  • Secure our basic infrastructure
  • Address gaps in our border and visa security

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Jeb’s remarks at tonight’s Reagan Library question Hillary’s role in Middle East

Jeb 2016 logoBy Lynn R. Mitchell

Presidential candidate and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is the keynote speaker at tonight’s sold out event at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California. His remarks will concentrate on foreign policy and will question the role of our then-Secretary of State in the Middle East: “Where was Hillary Clinton?”

Excerpts of Governor Bush’s prepared remarks (from Jeb Bush: Where was Hillary Clinton?):

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U.S. House schedule for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

From Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s office….

On Tuesday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for legislative business and recess immediately. The House will reconvene at approximately 10:45 a.m. for a Joint Meeting of Congress to receive His Excellency Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel.

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