Napolitano Stumbles Upon Islamic Jihad


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Will the Obama administration now make an issue out of where Hasan got his “violent Islamic extremism” from?

Stephanie Gutmann: Doing Security the Israeli Way – The American Spectator


“Let’s do things the way the Israelis do.” That’s the latest buzzword in airline security. It’s nice to hear the Israelis being praised for something, but if we don’t understand what the Israelis do, we’re just going to be adding another layer of bureaucracy to an already overloaded system CNN spent an hour interviewing Isaac […]

Stopping the Next “Underwear Bomber” – by Alan M. Dershowitz


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How rigorous but vital security precautions could prevent the next terrorist tragedy.

Bret Stephens: Airport Security and Our Incompetent Civilization – WSJ.com


When does a civilization become incompetent? I’ve been mulling the question in a number of contexts over the last year, including our inability to put a stop to Somali piracy, detain a terrorist who can neither be charged nor released, think rationally about climate change, or rebuild Ground Zero in an acceptable time frame. But […]

Security Theater Now Playing at Your Airport – by Daniel Pipes


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Is America willing to embrace the strategies necessary to stop terrorism?

It’s Not Just the White House That’s the Problem


Last night, Eric Bolling, sitting in for Sean Hannity, had Ibrahim Hooper on to comment on the need for profiling likely terrorists at airports in the wake of the Detroit bomber incident.
Bolling could have had a representative from al-Qaeda on to advise Americans on how to protect themselves from al-Qaeda attacks. Bolling neglected to mention [...]

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Flight 253 and Counterterror’s Epic Fail – by Robert Spencer


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A failed jihad attack exposes the failure of anti-terror efforts.

TSA accidentally reveals airport security secrets – washingtonpost.com


The Transportation Security Administration inadvertently revealed closely guarded secrets related to airport passenger screening practices when it posted online this spring a document as part of a contract solicitation, the agency confirmed Tuesday. via TSA accidentally reveals airport security secrets – washingtonpost.com.