Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

The messager is under fire - and he may be fired because of his message.

General Stanley McCrystal, an American hero, finds himself in the cross-hairs of his Commander-in-Chief.

Read Michael Goodwin's story at the New York Post here.

"...ANOTHER day, another double standard from the Obama White House. This one involves the nasty ef fort to discredit and muz zle Gen. Stanley McChrystal, whose sin was to present his commander in chief with an inconvenient answer about Afghanistan.

The president appointed McChrystal and ordered him to assess the war and develop a plan to rescue the mission. The result -- a call for an increase of 40,000 troops or face defeat -- apparently was not what Obama wanted to hear.

Bingo. In a flash, McChrystal found himself on the business end of a political attack machine. The president's liberal allies struck first, and then White House officials, hiding behind anonymous quotes, heaped scorn on the commander's judgment in The Washington Post. "