Patrick Murphy writes about the economic benefits of helping veterans smoothly transition into the workforce.
Patrick Murphy recognizes some of the many people who have been integral to the success of the marriage-equality movement.
By taking sexual assault cases out of the chain of command and handing them to an independent, unbiased military prosecutor, we can curb the rising rates of sexual assault and simultaneously restore faith in the military criminal justice system.
If lawmakers are serious about supporting our troops and military families, they will swiftly confirm Tom Perez to lead the Department of Labor. Our military men and women could have no better ally.
The NRA lobby isn’t actually interested in protecting the rights of the many Americans who own a weapon to protect their homes and their loved ones. It has chosen to pursue an extreme agenda that’s radically out of touch with the views of most Americans, most gun owners, and even most of its members.
Patrick Murphy describes how the Supreme Court must make sure service members receive the same rights that they risk their lives to protect and defend.
Patrick Murphy describes the plight of Iraqi native Alyaa Abood, and write that the United States has a moral obligation to stand with those who risked so much to support our troops.
Patrick Murphy reflects on his experiences in the war in Iraq.
Patrick Murphy explains how the Supreme Court owes it to Ben Schock and Matthew Phelps to recognize their marriage for exactly what it is, and should strike down DOMA as well.
Taking care of our veterans and military families, particularly those who have carried the burdens of a decade of war, is a moral imperative.