A Virginia immigration court on Monday could decide to deport the wife of an Army 7th Special Forces Group veteran, despite provisions in the law that allow her to remain in the United States.
Adam WeinsteinHere’s the wife of a multiple-deployment Green Beret, with two American sons, facing deportation. Again, John Kelly’s rationale — “they don’t inregrate well. They don’t have skills” — erases the draconian DHS experience of this all-American family
Task & Purpose’s senior staff writer Adam Linehan spent five days in Juárez, Mexico, with U.S. veterans forced out of the country they once served.
Adam WeinsteinThese people speak English fluently. They served themselves and their countrymen better in America than they do as criminal exiles in Juarez. But John Kelly erases them from his tidy narrative. “They don’t integrate well; they don’t have skills.”
Adam WeinsteinLibertarian dude sees a college student presenting in class in her underwear, as a political statement, and his only question is "on what planet is this not a violation of Title IX, the federal anti-harassment statute?"
This is why I left libertarianism
The Tenessee National Guard's response to that kooky dino puppet reenlistment video may be worst military overreaction we've ever seen
Adam Weinstein"A colonel was reduced in rank and sent packing, a senior enlisted leader *who was reupping* is now being drummed out, and the dude with the camera lost his billet and career momentum. Because of a dinosaur hand puppet."
While Trump was running for president, his business team was trying to develop a Trump tower in Moscow — with the help of a former Russian military intelligence officer. But in a twist, that former officer also provided intelligence to the US.
Adam WeinsteinHot from @JasonLeopold and @a_cormier_: During the election campaign, Michael Cohen and Felix Sater were working on getting financing for a Trump property in Russia from a state-controlled bank through a US-friendly ex-GRU agent in Moscow