The Bloody Cost of “Diversity”


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How the Left’s hands are soaked in the blood of Nidal Hasan’s innocent victims.

Obama’s OIC Envoy Didn’t Just Defend Al-Arian


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Rashad Hussain’s disturbing stances on U.S. terrorist prosecutions.

Rescuing the Founders from Their Paulestinian Hijackers


Crackpot Ron Paul and his disciples have wrapped themselves in the American flag so tightly you’d think they were direct descendants of Paul Revere.  Whether it’s Paul claiming to “advocate the same foreign policy the founding fathers would,” or his fans claiming he fathered the tea party movement (a claim tea partiers in Paul’s home [...]

Imprisoned for Saving American Lives


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Former U.S. Army Master Sergeant John Hatley is now serving a forty year sentence for allegedly killing terrorists in Iraq.

President Ron Paul on 9/11


“To the Muslim world: We get the message. My imperialistic predecessors have caused a sea of anger against the U.S. that has culminated in this disaster,”
President Ron Paul says as he addresses the nation on September 11, 2001.
Days later, President Paul visits the rubble of what was once known as the World Trade Center. [...]

Pakistan arrests 2 senior Afghan Taliban – AP


Pakistan has captured two “shadow governors” belonging to Afghanistan’s Taliban movement, an Afghan official said on Thursday. The timing of the reported arrests coincides with the capture of Taliban's second-in-command Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Pakistan's Karachi by Pakistani and U.S. agents this month. Mullah Abdul Salam and Mullah Mir Mohammad, respectively the shadow governors […]

The Battle for Marjah


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The largest U.S.-led offensive to date in Afghanistan targets a Taliban stronghold.

Breaking the Taliban


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The capture of a top Taliban commander may mark a crucial turning point in the Afghan war.

U.S. curtails use of airstrikes in assault on Marja – washingtonpost.com


MARJA, AFGHANISTAN — To the Marines of Bravo Company, the black-and-white video footage from a surveillance drone seemed to present the perfect shot: more than a dozen armed insurgents exiting a building and heading to positions to attack U.S. and Afghan forces seeking to wrest control of this Taliban stronghold in southern Afghanistan. Facing stiff […]

The Homegrown-Terrorist Threat – Commentary


If 2001 was the year when international terrorism hit American soil, then 2009 was the year when Americans became the targets of domestic terrorism. In November, Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan, born in Virginia to Palestinian Muslim parents, killed 13 and wounded 30 in his one-man attack on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood in Texas. […]