A dark and regrettable time in American history is finally seeing the light of day.
The House Intelligence Committee has concluded that the conspiracy theories regarding the 9/11/2012 attack in Benghazi are not supported by the evidence. That’s unlikely to change anyone’s mind, though.
The idea that the U.S. does not negotiate with terrorists is simply not historically accurate, so should we be reconsidering the policy of not negotiating with ISIS for the release of Western hostages?
The latest ISIS video is horrible and barbaric but we should not take the bait they are offering before considering the consequences of our actions going forward.
Facing a tough re-election battle, Kansas Senator Pat Roberts is engaging in abject fearrmongering.
Yesterday’s apparent terrorist shooting in Ottawa reveals again a phenomenon that seems difficult if not impossible to stop in advance.
A massacre is about to unfold “a stone’s throw” from Turkey’s border.
Last week’s security breach just became a lot more serious.
Speaker Boehner wants to delay a vote on the ISIS war until January, but any such debate will be meaningless because Congress has already abdicated responsibility.
The American public’s support for the President’s war against ISIS has its limits.
The Khorasan Group is, functionally, al Qaeda. Or is it?
The TSA is up to its usual shenanigans.
A fired Oklahoma worker beheaded a woman and was attacking another when he was shot. Workplace violence? Or terrorism.
Before leaving office, Hamid Karzai is once again biting that hand that has fed him for the past decade.
After keeping his distance from them for three years, President Obama is placing much misplaced hope in the “moderate” Syrian rebels,
Despite the President’s assurances of an international coalition, the rest of the world doesn’t seem all that interested in joining the fight.
The Obama Administration’s legal justification for war against ISIS is laughably flimsy.
Massive US intervention has for now liberated Amerli, averting humanitarian disaster. Another crisis looms.
American journalist James Foley has been beheaded by the terrorist network calling itself the Islamic State.
Does Hillary Clinton remember that she was Secretary of State for four years?
Some words from the past, apparently uttered mere hours before the world changed forever.
LTG Michael Flynn says the United States is no safer after 13 years of war
The NSA and FBI are doing more spy stuff.
Things look to be going from bad to worse in Gaza.
My latest collaboration with Butch Bracknell, “Ahmed Abu Khattala and the Miranda-Rights Question,” has posted in The National Interest.
The First World War played an intriguing role in the birth of the radical Islam we are dealing with today.
The justice system works, there’s no need to scrap it.
For some reason, President Obama wants to arm so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels.
The Kentucky Senator and former Vice-President are at the front of a battle that will unfold inside the GOP as we head toward 2016.
Recent events in Iraq have opened up old domestic political arguments in the United States.
Ahmed Abu Kattalah, the alleged ringleader of the September 2012 attack in Benghazi, has been arrested.
Thanks largely to Administration mistakes, the Bergdahl deal is not going over well.
Mostly because of politics, the hopes of some and fears of others will never be realized.