Why is Jade Helm 15 play spreading way out into West Texas?

More questions.

Night jump by soldiers from Ft. Hood in an exercise in Ft. Bragg, NC. (Image: U.S. Army, Sgt. Jake Marlin, 11th PAD)
Night jump by soldiers from Ft. Hood in an exercise in Ft. Bragg, NC. (Image: U.S. Army, Sgt. Jake Marlin, 11th PAD)

As readers know who’ve been following LU coverage of the Jade Helm saga, I don’t believe the exercise is a pretext for invading Texas or violating U.S. law.

I do think it sets a bad precedent by putting U.S. soldiers in local communities, to hold an exercise that will involve running around on private and local public property. This is not something the American people should ever get used to or agree to accept. No training requirement trumps the importance of maintaining our non-militarized public environment. No training requirement, period. A non-militarized public environment in our communities was a core goal of the American Revolution, and has remained indispensable to our national understanding of liberty. It will never not be a latent threat to the conditions of liberty, for the military to treat civilian community spaces as available venues for warfare exercises. Continue reading “Why is Jade Helm 15 play spreading way out into West Texas?”

Straight dope on the Jade Helm 2015 unconventional warfare exercise in the Western U.S.

Less — and more — than meets the eye.

Coolest dudes on the planet, no matter whose pond they're wading in. (Image: U.S. Navy SEALs)
Coolest dudes on the planet, no matter whose pond they’re wading in. (Image: U.S. Navy SEALs)

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