Thwarted Fed Bomber Wanted ‘Whole World’ Ruled by Islam


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“Victory or martyrdom.”

Occupy Activists’ Bomb Plot Foiled


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Why the five would-be Cleveland terrorists are far from “fringe” elements of OWS.

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New York’s Finest Foil Another Islamist Jihadist Attack


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CAIR’s mission to undermine undercover anti-terrorism efforts receives another blow.

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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 [...]

Part-Time Allies


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Yemen and Pakistan are still not committed to the war against radical Islam.

U.S. Government Says Chavez Poses Threat, Media Matters Laughs Uproariously


NOTE: This is a slightly modified version of a post I put up at BigJournalism. One of the professional Media Matters character assassins, Simon Maloy, whose job consists of smearing whomever the group’s masters at Democracy Alliance require, labeled me an “all-around clown” for defending Beck’s statement. I replied on Twitter in an NSFW manner (writers who [...]

Denying Jihad — Again


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The mainstream media can’t find Islam in the Times Square car bomb attempt.

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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