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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 […]

At The UN War Is Peace

September 22, 2016 by


By Herbert London ~ As part of United Nations Week in New York there is a much heralded Day of Peace. This day has been announced at the moment weapons are converted into plowshares. The problem, however, is no one mentioned this to militant Palestinians. These people welcomed the week with four terror attacks: two […]

Turning Inward To War Among Ourselves

September 9, 2016 by


By William R. Hawkins ~ On September 11, 2001, I was working in an office only two blocks from the White House. We did not turn on the television until a friend of mine (now my wife) called to alert me that “something’s happening in New York.” I tuned in just in time to see […]

Blaming Terrorism On Climate Change Isn’t Just Stupid—It’s Dangerous

December 9, 2015 by


By Dr. Peter Brookes ~ President Obama certainly knows how to use a red-hot news hook to highlight his agenda. This week, during the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris, he appeared to conflate climate change and terrorism. Coming hot on the heels of the ISIS massacres in the “City of Lights,” that […]

Obama – Iran’s Best Friend?

April 28, 2015 by


By Dr. Robin McFee ~ Thanks in no small measure to our failed foreign policy Iran has emerged as the single most dangerous sponsor of terrorism in the world, with ISIS not far behind, and Al Qaeda never out of the picture running a close tie for 2nd place. Under Obama’s watch the world is […]

“Lone Wolf” Terrorists Are Not “Alone”

December 27, 2014 by


By Edward Cline ~ A “lone wolf” is still as much a predator as it would be in a pack. Its predatory, programmed instincts, behavior and actions are shared with those of a pack. It may be a “lone wolf” because of conflicts between it and the wolf pack. But it is still a wolf. […]

The Virus Of Violence

December 23, 2014 by


By Herbert London ~ A virus of devastating proportions has been let loose on the world stage. This one is far more dangerous than Ebola and much more difficult to contain. It is the use of violence as a political tactic. The anarchists, the professional agitators, the Muslim radicals, the “lone wolves” have reached the […]