The Obama Tragedy in the Terror War – by Jamie Glazov

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Ralph Peters discusses how the administration is facilitating terrorism around the world.

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 […]

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.

Crime Pays for Somali Pirates – by Stephen Brown

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Al-Qaeda’s proxies step up terror war at sea.

Fiddling While Treasury Burns – by Vasko Kohlmayer

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The Democrats’ latest spending outrage.

Rumble in Iran – by Ryan Mauro

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The Iranian people use a pro-regime holiday to demand democracy.

Frederick W. Kagan and William Kristol: Support the President, Weekly Standard

President Obama has ordered sufficient reinforcements to Afghanistan to execute a war strategy that can succeed. We applaud this decision. And we urge everyone to rally round the effort to defeat our enemies and accomplish objectives vital to America’s national security.Obama’s decision, and the speech in which it was announced, were not flawless. The president […]

Poll: Narrow majority support Obama’s Afghan strategy – USATODAY.com

WASHINGTON — A narrow majority of Americans support President Obama’s revamped strategy on Afghanistan, according to a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll taken Wednesday, but there are broad concerns that the costs of the war will sap the government’s ability to address problems facing the nation at home. via Poll: Narrow majority support Obama’s Afghan strategy – […]

Standing with Obama – by Jamie Weinstein

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Why the conservatives should back the president on Afghanistan.

JACOB LAKSIN: The Rise of the Muckraking Right, AFF Doublethink Online »

Mike Flynn thought it was a crazy idea. When James O’Keefe, a 25-year-old, self-styled investigative journalist, first approached him last August about promoting a series of candid-camera style videos on the community organizing group ACORN, Flynn, an old Washington hand and editor of the new libertarian-themed website Big Government, initially dismissed the project as far-fetched. […]