Should more restrictions be placed on drone use by the U.S. military?

The legal authority for drone strikes comes from a law that Congress passed just after the Sept. 11 attacks, called the Authorization for Use of Military Force. It is an authority President Barack Obama has used more often than President George W. Bush. Critics argue the law enables a perpetual, ever-expanding war. Today’s Question: Should more restrictions be placed on drone use by the U.S. military?

  • DanaD

    I fail to understand why it’s important that one’s children have the same views as their parent. I hope I raise my children with the critical-thinking skills, curiousity about the world, and self-confidence to make their own choices about values, religion, politics, family, and so on. If those choices are similar to mine, that’s great, but if they are not I only hope my children have arrived at their own views with thought and consideration. Are we raising parrots or people?