British Prime Minister David Cameron has made public documents which confirm his predecessors role in the release of the man convicted of bringing down Pan Am Flight 103.
Here’s how terrorists get past airport security: don’t bother to go through it.
More on the attack at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport.
Thirty years after the hostages were freed from captivity in Iran, the United States still hasn’t figured out how to deal with the Islamic Republic.
The relationships between inflammatory rhetoric and political violence is complicated.
While our politics are seldom violent, our violence is often politicized.
We have laws preventing the sales of gun to crazy people. We’re not enforcing them very well.
Andrew Sullivan makes a rather bizarre charge offhandedly: “Who among the neocons would have thought that one of George W. Bush’s final legacies would be bringing pogroms, bombings and genocide to Christians in his new zone of freedom?”
The reaction to President Obama’s recent recess appointments provide us with yet another example of bipartisan hypocrisy.
The TSA’s crusade to fondle whomever they please continues.
Sarah Palin waded into the foreign policy pool today with a piece about Iran, and it was about as empty as most of the other ideas on Iran that we’ve heard over the last six years or so from everyone else.
Washington D.C.’s 34 year-old Metro system is about to become the latest stage for Security Theater.
One has to love the Telegraph headline “Drone kills white al-Qaeda pair in Pakistan mountains.”
A new poll shows that the American public is discontented, nervous about the economy, not entirely sure they can trust the new GOP majority in Congress, and has no idea what it wants from Washington. Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Those of us who think we’re overreacting to terrorism should remember that we’re in a tiny minority.
Sarah Palin has taken to her Facebook page to raise “Serious Questions about the Obama Administration’s Incompetence in the WikiLeaks Fiasco.” They’re more interesting than I’d expected.
Another FBI sting operation results in the arrest of a “terrorist,” or did it create a crime where none existed before?
Somali-born teenager plotted to carry out a car bomb attack at a crowded Christmas tree lighting ceremony in downtown Portland on Friday, but the bomb turned out to be a dud supplied by undercover agents as part of a sting.
Gate Rape: Sexual groping of one’s genitalia at airport security by agents after a traveler refuses full body x-ray search.
If some security “experts” get their way, the security procedures we encounter at airports could start showing up elsewhere. Will Americans stand for it?
Looking to avoid airport body scanners? You might not be able to do it on any form of public transit if Janet Napolitano gets her way.
Top administration and congressional officials can skip the indignities of airport screening, even when they fly commercial.
Gel shoe inserts are not permitted on airplanes, so save yourself the hassle and put your inserts in your checked baggage — that’s right, inserts are not even allowed in your carry-on. Shoes constructed with gel heels are allowed but like all other shoes, must be removed and screened.
Despite the recent media outrage over TSA search procedures, public attitudes on the subject remain largely supportive.
It’s not hypocritical or racist to support an aggressive pursuit of terrorists while getting outraged over abuses of Americans’ liberties.
President Obama’s response to the outrage that has accompanied new TSA screening procedures at America’s airports is incredibly non-responsive.