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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Robert L. Maginnis
So, besides exposing women to battlefield slaughter and their children to trauma, degrading military effectiveness, undermining the war-winning military spirit, compromising training standards, raising the probability of sexual assaults and deepening societal confusion over the differences between manhood and womanhood — other than all this, what is it our country wants to achieve by throwing women into combat?
Public statements from the Pentagon since it removed the ban on direct ground combat jobs for women signal that the armed services plan to change their physical standards to ensure integration of the sexes, analysts say.
The Russian military recently dispatched a guided-missile warship to Cuba as part of what U.S. officials say are growing military, intelligence and economic ties between Moscow and Havana.
U.S. intelligence agencies are working to track down an alarming report from inside North Korea revealing that the communist regime is secretly developing underwater nuclear torpedoes and mines.