Peter King Claims Domestic Spying Would Have Prevented 9/11
Rep. King spoke with Jake Tapper: First, there’s no way agencies would have shared information as one of the most glaring mistakes gleaned from the 9/11 Commission’s report is that bureaucracy prevented such agency cooperation. Lastly, King presupposes that 9/11 was solely a terror problem. As I’ve addressed previously, 9/11 began as an immigration problem: You didn’t need NSA or its surveillance system to thwart | Read More »
Only privacy rights Obama respects prevent births, not unreasonable searches
If President Obama is only continuing domestic spying programs initiated under Presidents Clinton (Echelon) and Bush (Patriot Act), then why were Major Hasan (Fort Hood) the Tsarnaev brothers (Boston Marathon) left to their known Islamist pro-death terror devices, while the substance of the prayers of conservative tea party pro-life patriot Republicans were searched before they could help prevent his re-election or avoid tax audits? Two | Read More »
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Obama rewards Susan Rice for misleading the American people
This afternoon President Obama will announce that Tom Donilon will be departing as National Security Adviser in early July and will be succeeded by United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice. The National Security Adviser position is Rice’s reward for appearing on five Sunday news shows on September 16, 2012 and misleading the American people — claiming the vicious attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi that | Read More »
The Calm Before the Jihadi Storm
As we conclude another Memorial Day Weekend, it’s important to remember that the very same U.S. policies that created al-Qaeda in Afghanistan in the 1980s—leading to the horrific attacks of 9/11—are today allowing al-Qaeda to metastasize all around the Muslim world. As in the 80s, these new terrorist cells are quietly gathering strength now, and are sure to deliver future terror strikes that will make | Read More »
Bush, 9/11, Obama, Boston and the Axis of Evil
[Update of Miss water-boarding-obtained intel and Bush yet? published Sunday? It’s easy to forget the fear that gripped America in the aftermath of al Qaeda’s September 11, 2001 attacks on U.S. soil. It’s even easier to take for granted the homeland peace that followed until the Islamist-inspired Tsarnaev Brothers & Co. bombings in Boston on the Ides of April, 2013. And it’s even easier than that to not | Read More »
Miss water-boarding-obtained intel and Bush yet?
Bush, 9/11, Obama, Boston and the Axis of Evil It’s easy to forget the fear that gripped America in the aftermath of al Qaeda’s September 11, 2001 attacks on U.S. soil. It’s even easier to take for granted the homeland peace that followed until the Islamist-inspired Tsarnaev Brothers & Co. bombings in Boston on the Ides of April, 2013. And it’s even easier than that | Read More »
Only Strength Will Save America
America has lost its image of strength around the world because we have a weak and compliant leader. Yesterday’s events prove this point more than any words can say.
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Does that star-spangled banner yet wave?
“On September 11, 2001, acts of terrorism took the lives of thousands at the World Trade Center in New York City, in a grassy field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and here at the Pentagon.”
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911×11: Can after-election Obama flexibility be trusted?
Yes, Osama bin Laden was killed under President Barack Obama’s watch, but does anyone think his presence as Commander-in-Chief deters any terrorist organization, state terror sponsors or even Russia? As he was leaning toward Medvedev in Seoul, Obama was overheard asking for time – “particularly with missile defense” – until he is in a better position politically to resolve such issues. “I understand your message about | Read More »
9/11: Sacrifice, Remembrance, & Renewal
“Time is passing. Yet, for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th. We will remember every rescuer who died in honor. We will remember every family that lives in grief. We will remember the fire and ash, the last phone calls, the funerals of the children.” – President George W. Bush. I can clearly remember September 11th, 2001. It | Read More »
Atheist Lawsuit Against The World Trade Center Cross Makes Me Want To Scream
Two days after the September 11, 2001 attacks, amidst the rubble a construction worker discovered two 20 foot intersecting steel beams from one of the collapsed World Trade Towers that became known as the World Trade Center Cross. Immediately, the Cross because a symbol of faith, comfort and hope to the rescuers who presided over the massive recovery and to the nation at large. The WTC | Read More »
Award Winner: Most Offensive Political Mailer of 2012
I’m just going to call it right now. No need wait for what Obama and Romney have in store for each other or any other candidate for that matter. When a mail piece this disgusting and offensive is mailed out, you just give it the recognition it deserves. Here’s the back story: Two years ago, conservative David Simpson challenged and beat liberal Republican State Representative | Read More »
After a Decade of Operations, Is It Time to Pull the Plug on Afghanistan?
As we hit the 10 1/2 year mark in Afghanistan, the state of trust and confidence between the coalition and the Afghan people is at perhaps its lowest ebb, and support for the war effort is wavering across the political spectrum. Given this, it appears time to reconsider the current status of our effort there — what have we accomplished, and what do we still | Read More »
The Degüello: The Story of One Special Forces A-Team and the Mission of a Lifetime
JUST WEEKS AFTER the attacks of September 11, 2001, a small number of elite special operators were inserted into northern Afghanistan. The Degüello, by Special Forces veteran Scott Zastrow, tells the story of the first unit to deploy: ODA 555, or ‘Triple Nickel,’ an A-Team from Ft. Campbell, Kentucky’s 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne). Accompanied by an Air Force combat controller, the ten-man team infiltrated | Read More »
Saudi royals getting sued for funding 9/11
Quote: AllGov Lloyd’s Sues Members of Saudi Royal Family for Funding Al-Qaeda in 9/11 Attacks Tuesday, September 13, 2011 Prince Salman Bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud Leaders of Saudi Arabia are being sued by Lloyd’s insurance for playing a key role in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Lloyd’s has paid more than $215 million in claims filed by families of those killed in the attacks, and wants | Read More »