Pentagon Makes Moves to Prevent Extremism Within the Military

Pentagon Makes Moves to Prevent Extremism Within the Military

Photo courtesy of James Townsend, Jan. 6 Insurrection The Pentagon is now enforcing new rules targeting far-right extremism and white supremacy within the U.S. military following the Jan. 6 insurrection. NPR analysis found that nearly one out of every five rioters...

Militarization of Youth

Kids playing with weapons at a military recruitment tent outside of an Army football game in Texas. PHOTO: Army Recruiting/Flickr Military Recruitment in Schools By SADIE PRICE-ELLIOTT, age 13 At most public high school job fairs in the United States, students will...

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Obama Wins Peace Prize President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, a very prestigious award given to people who have made major contributions to world peace. The Nobel Committee said it gave the prize to Obama because of “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen...

New Limits on Military Recruiters in Schools

By IndyKids Staff Dan Brown, age 20, signed up with the U.S. Marines in September after spending five months looking for a job and not finding anything. Brown, a Jamaican immigrant, said that one of the advantages of enlisting is the chance to receive U.S....

Should the Military Be Recruiting in Schools?

Two high school students shared their thoughts with a news team from Children’s PressLine. What do YOU think? In my school, I don’t see that the military recruiters make much of a difference. They’re in the hallway during lunch, or when we are going to classes, but...