Former Lost Boy of Sudan to Carry American Flag in 2008 Beijing Olympic Opening Ceremony

August 8, 2008

If you’re watching this year’s 2008 Olympic Games (NBC will broadcast from Beijing starting Friday August 8 at 7:30), be sure to look out for former Sudanese refugee and “lost boy” Lopez Lamong. A Southern Sudanese Christian who as a...

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Obama Favors Pre-911 Approach to Fighting Terror

June 20, 2008

This incisive piece by Philip Klein in this week’s American Spectator online outlines the evidence that Barack Obama considers terrorism a problem for traditional law enforcement, and favors a pre-911 approach to tackling this...

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Guantanamo Detainees Granted More Protections Than Any Enemy Combatants in U.S. History

June 14, 2008

On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled that habeas corpus applies to detainees at the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. While the ruling does not mean federal courts will necessarily release any of the detainees any time soon, it...

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Iraqis Stand Up to al Qaeda

June 10, 2008

Check out this terrific story about an Iraqi sheikh who helped U.S. forces expel al Qaeda from Anbar province. Apparently he is now providing the U.S. with information about Afghan tribes, presumably including those along the...

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Israel Must Not Reject Natural Allies

June 2, 2008

A must read for all members of the pro-America, pro-Israel, pro-human rights, anti-terror community, this excellent article in this week’s Jerusalem Post magazine highlights the Israeli government’s disordered...

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Hamas Leader Admits Using Women and Children as Human Shields

April 3, 2008

Check out this video of a Hamas leader last month openly admitting they use women and children as human shields.

It illustrates what Israel has been dealing with for decades. If only the Palestinian Authority under Yasser Arafat, winner of...

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Remember the Circus, and Support Giuliani in Florida and Beyond

January 26, 2008

From The Jewish World Review


Ah, 1995, when terrorists were statesmen and Rudy Giuliani, in the words of Ed Koch, had “behavioral problems dealing with other people.”

I refer to that glorious time following Yasser Arafat’s receipt of the Nobel Peace...

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The Only Violence Hollywood Won’t Show is the U.S. Getting the Bad Guys

January 23, 2008

Tonight Dennis Miller appeared on The O’Reilly Factor, discussing Oscar-nominated movies. Although he ribbed (pun intended) Keira Knightly of Atonement for her svelte figure (beats me how he could, she is so heartbreakingly beautiful),...

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Ms. Bhutto’s Guts

December 28, 2007

Whatever else was or was not true about Benazir Bhutto, she was a human being who refused to be intimidated by terrorists – and for that she merits admiration. In a piece she wrote in October for The Wall Street Journal after an attempt on her...

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Timing for Maximum Impact: Insurgents Make Sure to Hit When Cameras Roll

December 19, 2007

From The Los Angeles Daily News


October 30, 2005

What better way for terrorist insurgents in Iraq to make headlines in the U.S. during a heavy news cycle than to attack journalists?

Monday’s three-stage attack on a hotel compound housing Western media in Baghdad was the latest...

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