They call it “youth development programs.” Seven hundred million of our tax dollars are being used to lure kids into the schools-to-soldier pipeline. The mainly poor students are presented the image of exciting video games, which millions of kids love. Rory Fanning was an Army Ranger who served two tours in Afghanistan and is now a war resister who continues his active patriotism by going into high schools and telling kids about the realities of war. His mission is intensely resisted, of course. And he is concerned about Hillary Clinton and the prospect of new wars for these kids to fight.