Terror Trial Disaster, But Holder’s DoJ Pleased?
In what has turned out to have been a farce of a trial, a trial meant to prove a political point and having nothing to do with justice, terrorist Ahmed Ghailani was convicted on one count of conspiracy to commit murder, and could receive 20 years to life. The jury found the verminous terrorist not guilty of the remainder of the 280 charges, including all | Read More »
Eight years ago on Tuesday, September 11, 2001, my wife (we weren’t married then) and I were in Virginia Beach on vacation. We had gone to Virginia the previous Friday to go to the NASCAR race in Richmond, then spend a few extra days relaxing on the beach. On Sept. 10 we were sitting on the beach, and off in the distance we saw an | Read More »
Greenwald’s Counter-Terrorism Illogic
I’ve stayed away from reading the sock puppet for awhile. Too bad, too, since I missed a gem that he put out last Friday called “Counter-terrorism logic“. For a guy who is believed by the lefties to be all-knowing, Greenwald manages to set up straw man arguments as if they were dominoes lined up to be knocked down in one push. He starts out with | Read More »
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Liberals Redefining Patriotism?
Not long after 9/11, President George W. Bush made famous his phrase “You’re either with us or against us in the fight against terror.” He was making those remarks towards foreign governments who were known to have had assisted Islamist terrorists, most notably Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Libya. Bush was helping to rally the country for the long fight ahead, trying to ratchet up the | Read More »