Terror in the Skies Requires Real Action on the Ground – by Michael Reagan

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Mr. President, we can’t afford any more of your on-the-job training.

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.

When Security Trumps Common Sense – by Dennis Prager

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I am not prepared to obey rules that hurt the innocent while doing nothing to prevent terrorism.

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?

A Failed Anti-Terror Strategy – by Jamie Glazov

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Nothing Obama is doing will make a recurrence of the terror attempt on Flight 253 any less likely.

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.

What the Near-Tragedy in Detroit Revealed – by Daniel Pipes

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Will America now open its eyes to the sad state of counterterrorism eight years after 9/11?

Security reviews under way after airliner attack – AP

Investigators piecing together a brazen attempt to bring down a trans-Atlantic airliner said Sunday the suspect tucked a small bag holding his deadly concoction on his body, using an explosive that would have been easily detected with the right airport equipment. His success in smuggling and partially igniting the material on Friday’s flight to Detroit […]

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.

CAIR’s Strategy of Deception – by Jamie Glazov

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How the Muslim Brotherhood in America pulls the wool over the eyes of our law enforcement and public officials.