Supporting our fighting men and women would mean not sending them to fight in unconstitutional wars. The best way to achieve this is passing Defend the Guard legislation and obligating Congress to act. Read More.
Del. Pat McGeehan of West Virginia says in a speech on the House floor that the overreach of executive power, both at the federal and state level, is leading the United States into a post-constitutional era. Read More.
Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona read his support of the Defend the Guard Act into the Congressional Record on February 3, 2022, becoming the first sitting member of the House of Representatives to endorse the bill. Read More.
Scott Spaulding, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Purple Heart recipient, and current member of the Maryland National Guard, wrote an op-ed encouraging the Maryland legislature to pass the Defend the Guard Act. Read More.