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Should sex abuse cases in the military be taken outside the chain of command, a move that most victims have called for and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is leading the charge for? Yes, sir! In the past year and a half, in response to various scandals and reports, the armed services have instituted a number of reforms aimed at combating rampant sex abuse within the ranks, including legal counsel for victims and education programs for commanders. ...


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wmarincic
November 20, 2013
3:38 p.m.

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Gillibrand sat on TV last week and stated that she and all of the Senators knew that Obama was lying when he said you could keep your health care and she still voted for it. She has no credibility anymore and in fact I consider her a traitor to this country and the people that she is representing. The sad thing is that she will probably get reelected by the same brain dead idiots that elected Obama.

http://www.tpnn.com/democrat-senator-kir...

Flanders
November 22, 2013
10:45 a.m.

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I'm wondering if the author of this piece has any military experience. It would seem not. I served for 12 years in the JAG Corps. The system works much better than the civilian one. If I were ever charged with a crime I would much rather face a military jury than a civilian one of my "peers" any day.

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