Awlaki’s Killing: Legally Justified


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Justice has been served.

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Awlaki Meets the American Drone


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A multifaceted victory in the war on terror.

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Al-Qaeda Eyes Yemen


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The collapse of Yemen’s government looks to be nearly at hand.

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Yemen Falling


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An al-Qaeda stronghold on the rise.

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Al-Qaeda: Staying Alive


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The terror group releases a new video revealing that it is down, but not out.

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Al-Awlaki Says He Was Tipped Off by Washington Post


The media needs to be reminded that freedom comes with responsibility. Having a free press does not mean they should be reckless with what they print, because there are things more valuable than breaking a good story. The reason I am saying this is because of Anwar al-Awlaki’s recent statement that The Washington Post is [...]

Guantanamo: No More Going to Rehab, Baby


This past week, it is being reported that Guantanamo detainees being released are returning to terrorist activity in far greater numbers than had been expected.
In our attempt to take the high road, please other nations, and keep the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) happy we continue to set ourselves up for new attacks from the [...]

Bin Laden: Bad Attention Is Better Than No Attention


Bin Laden has released a new audio tape to claim responsibility for the Christmas Day airline plot that Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab and Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula tried to carry out. It’s sort of like the 7th grade girl who tries to take credit for hooking up two friends who everyone knew were already pursuing [...]

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Al Qaeda Burrows into Yemen’s Tribal Population – WSJ.com


SAN’A, Yemen—In nearly a decade of rebuilding its terror network here, al Qaeda has put down deep roots, a move that is now complicating U.S.-backed efforts to battle the group. Unlike other chapters of the global terror network, Yemen’s Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is a largely homegrown movement, with carefully cultivated ties to […]

Al-Qaeda Leader in Yemen Succumbs to Car Crash, Not U.S. Intel


The Long War Journal reports that Yemen says they have captured Said al-Shihri, the former Gitmo detainee who went to the Saudi terrorist rehabilitation program and celebrated his recovery by becoming the deputy leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula:
The Interior Ministry claimed that Said Ali al Shihri and another al Qaeda operative identified [...]

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