The no-fly list is a flawed, arbitrary mess that has kept innocent people from flying for years. Using it to deny people rights recognized by the Constitution is, quite honestly, insane.
Arming the Syrian rebels may do nothing more than prolong a seemingly endless war, and pull the United States into a conflict it shouldn’t be involved in.
The scandal now surrounding David Petraeus should lead people to reassess his past record.
Mitt Romney’s speech at VMI today was billed as a major foreign policy address, but it was incredibly light on substance.
The Afghan Surge announced by President Obama in December 2009 is over. By any objective measurement, it was a failure.
To much fanfare, President Obama announced a shift in Afghan War policy in December 2009. There’s little evidence it’s worked.
Roger Ebert and I don’t agree on much, from politics to movies. But share a fondness for Samuel L. Jackson and a contempt for George Zimmerman.
Mitt Romney’s statements about the planned early draw down in Afghanistan make no sense whatsoever.
Michael Hastings has yet another credulous story attempting to smear the United States military.
Rick Santorum’s foreign policy positions are troubling in many respects.
Not surprisingly, the last man to lead the Soviet Union believes we’d be better off if it still existed.
Spencer Ackermann previews “The Post-Gadhafi Journalism You Will Read In The Next 72 Hours.”
The FBI has been using some odd materials to train its counterterrorism agents.
Danger Room’s Spencer Ackerman reports on an alleged secret CIA interrogation facility somewhere in the former Soviet Union.
An ex-CIA agent says that someone in the Bush White House tried to use the agency to “discredit” Iraq War critic Juan Cole.
It has become quite apparent that neither the White House nor our coalition partners have any idea what the path to an endgame in Libya even looks like. That’s not good.
Here’s how terrorists get past airport security: don’t bother to go through it.
The Washington Independent goes dark in December, failing to find profitability in three years.
Yet another study shows what any of us who’ve ever spent any time around soldiers already knew: Our Army is not comprised of stupid people who couldn’t find a decent job.
The Pentagon, responding to obvious flaws in its security revealed by the WikiLeaks debacle, is working on a data mining program that will monitor employee behavior for suspicious activity.
When professors blog, they send signals to their students about their attitudes. Where do we draw the line between free expression and unprofessional conduct?
The scumbags at WikiLeaks have published a huge trove of classified documents provided to them by one or more traitors in our military.
General Stanley McChrystal retired with full honors while being lauded by the Secretary of Defense.
JournoList’s archives have been making headlines at The Daily Caller, but there doesn’t seem to be any substance to the allegations of scandal.