Browsing All posts tagged under »Counterterrorism Policies«

16 Years After 9/11, Government Lacks Answers In Combating Terrorism

September 11, 2017 by


By Fred Lucas ~ The United States and allies seem to lack a clear strategy for toppling the terrorist threat 16 years after the worst terrorist attack in American history, experts say. Since the 9/11 attacks, there have been another 97 terrorist plots against the United States, and the bulk of those 15 successful attacks […]

CAIR Orders U.S. Air Force To Ditch “Anti-Muslim” Counterterrorism Instructor

April 2, 2017 by


From Judicial Watch at Family Security Matters ~ The Islamic terrorist front group that transformed the way U.S. law enforcement agencies conduct anti-terrorism training is ordering the Air Force to sever ties with an instructor it considers to be anti-Muslim. The question is will the Trump administration cave into its demands? Under Barack Obama, the […]

Why Today’s Terrorism Is Never-Ending

December 30, 2016 by


By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~ Interestingly, during the last several weeks of President Barack Obama’s term in office, two stories made news that subtly suggest the true nature of the war we are fighting and how long we will be fighting it – suggestions about which Obama still remains in denial. […]

Closing Guantanamo Bay Will Only Empower Our Enemies

December 21, 2015 by


By Andrew C McCarthy ~ There are 107 jihadists remaining at Guantanamo Bay. President Obama sees that as a huge problem and, for once, I agree with him. But there the agreement ends. The president is hell bent on shuttering the detention camp. I think the problem is that there are only 107 detainees. Heading […]

Has U.S. intelligence Overstretched Itself?

July 22, 2010 by


By Jim Kouri, CPP. In a controversial article, the Washington Post reported that U.S. intelligence gathering has become so massive since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that agencies are plagued with redundancy and that many intelligence reports are routinely ignored. The Washington Post reportcites government documents, as well as current and former intelligence officials.  […]

How Obama Cronyism Threatens Rail Security

September 12, 2009 by


By Michelle Malkin New Delhi. Mumbai. Chechnya. Madrid. London. The question isn’t whether America will suffer a jihadi attack on our passenger rail lines, but when. So, why has President Obama neutered the nation’s most highly trained post-Sept. 11 counterterrorism rail security team? All signs point to business-as-usual cronyism and pandering to power-grabbing union bosses. […]

The Ultimate Counterterrorism Weapon

November 13, 2008 by


THE ULTIMATE COUNTERTERRORISM WEAPON Douglas Farah In the day-to-day discussions and actions to combat terrorism, particularly radical Islamist terrorism, we generally agree that it will be a long struggle that could last generations. I agree. But it is useful to step back and realize there is a powerful weapon that we CAN use to great […]

Being PC Hampers Fight Against Islamists

September 8, 2008 by


The election-year focus on the ailing economy has pushed a number of other relevant issues in the campaign nearly into oblivion. But trying to disengage vital national security from the economy is folly, especially in post 9/11 America. One stark example, a Radical Islamists EMP attack would be catastrophic and paralyze our economy.