A Naval Disaster in the Making

The decision to cut the Navy’s attack submarine fleet by 25 percent—“the single-largest strategic consequence of this administration’s defense cuts”—should be reversed.

The Weekly Standard, October 6, 2014
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    One Giant Leap … Down

    In the wake of the Obama administration’s gutting of NASA’s budget and mission, the U.S. can no longer even pay Russia for a ride into space—leaving us to sit at home while others soar ahead.

    The Weekly Standard, May 19, 2014
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    China’s Growing Challenge to U.S. Naval Power

    America’s underfunded and shrinking Navy, coupled with China’s naval growth, threatens to dangerously alter the balance of power in the Pacific.

    The Wall Street Journal, June 20, 2013
  • Decline at Sea Is a Political Choice

    The consequences of the Navy’s severely reduced budget—cancelled deployments, delayed maintenance, and thinning fleets—are jeopardizing our ability to prepare for threats at sea.

    The American Interest, May 21, 2013