Khalid Shaikh Muhammad and the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree


Gather ’round.  Here’s a little-known tale about ”The Fruit Of The Poisonous Tree” – or why 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Muhammad (KSM) and his Muslim terrorist friends may very well walk away as free men.  No, I’m not a lawyer.  But during twenty years of police work I spent enough time in criminal trials as an advisory witness [...]

Byron York: Who are the 300 terrorists held in U.S. prisons? – Washington Examiner


“The Bush administration used the criminal justice system to convict more than 300 individuals on terrorism-related charges,” writes Attorney General Eric Holder in a new letter to Republican critics in Congress. The letter is part of the Obama administration's aggressive defense of its decision to grant full American constitutional rights to al Qaeda soldier Umar […]

FDR Understood How To Treat Enemy Combatants – Why Can’t Obama?


In a New York Times op-ed article today, Michael Kinsley argues that anybody caught within the United States for suspected terrorist acts should be tried in the U.S. civil courts.  He wants a “bright line” for determining where any suspect should be tried – no matter where they came from to launch the attack or [...]

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Kill Capitalism and Save the Earth: the World According to Evo Morales


Yesterday, at the “Climate Summit” in Copenhagen, Denmark (an event that has degenerated into a world-wide Marx-fest), Amy Goodman, the sycophantic Marxist host of Democracy Now!, had the extreme pleasure (for her) to interview Evo Morales, the Marxist President of Bolivia, a country which is, despite being rich in natural resources, one of the poorest [...]

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