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Bloomberg vs. CAIR’s Interfaith Friends

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New York City mayor vows to veto bill supported by Muslim Brotherhood front groups and the ACLU.

Border Patrol’s New “Run-and-Hide” Strategy

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New Department of Homeland Security protocol advises agents to “act aggressively and throw things at the shooter.”

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Obama’s New Illegal Alien Czar

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Illegals now have a publicly funded lobbyist within the agency that’s charged with bringing them to justice.

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Brave New Technology

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High courts find themselves dealing with a flood of cases pitting privacy against technology.

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Andrew C. McCarthy: Holder on Holder – National Review Online

Attorney General Eric Holder has responded to criticism of the Obama administration’s handling of the Christmas bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, with an “all’s well that ends well” letter to Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell. Holder’s missive vigorously defends what he says was his decision to treat Abdulmutallab as a criminal defendant, to impose peacetime law-enforcement […]

Bill Clinton

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  Bill Clinton was the 42nd President of the United States. His administration presided over the degradation of the American military. It failed to address the growing threat of Islamic terrorism. It compromised U.S. intelligence and made it vulnerable to Chinese espionage. It erected a “wall of separation” between law-enforcement and intelligence agencies, thereby making it […]

Andy McCarthy: Moussaoui Conviction Upheld – The Corner

The Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has affirmed the conviction and sentence of 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui. Enthusiasts of the law-enforcement approach to terrorism will undoubtedly claim this development as more evidence that their strategy works. To the contrary, I have argued several times see, e.g., here and here that we dodged a bullet […]

John Arquilla: Why is America still letting online jihadists run amok?, Foreign Policy

The five young men detained in Pakistan this week — like a whole new generation of jihadis — appear to have made considerable use of the Internet in their alleged approach to al Qaeda. Their story points out that, nine years after 9/11, terrorist networks are still not only able to stay in touch via […]