The Pentagon's Latest War…against Mental Illness

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In March, for the first time since 2003, US casualties from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan dropped to zero. But American soldiers have been dying at the rate of 22 every day — from suicide. What's the Pentagon doing to cope with mental illness — after combat and before enlistment? On today's Talking Point, does the First Amendment protect the right to fly drones?

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Warren Olney