WOW: Israeli spies smuggled out Iran's top secret nuke weapons files. Definitive proof Iran still secretly developing nuke weapons. Conclusion: Obama's Iran deal was nonsense theater to empower Iran's regional pursuit of dominance.— Adam Kredo (@Kredo0) April 30, 2018
BREAKING: 9/11 - All 19 Islamic terrorist high-jackers got their visas stamped before they came to America at the CIA station in Jeda. And who was in charge? Who overrode everyone else's concerns and cautions and ordered those visas stamped?? "Disgraced Demagogue" John Brennan pic.twitter.com/vKT3rTh6CJ— Epsilon Foxtrot ?? (@epifox911) March 17, 2018
According to a new DHS report, 3 out of 4 individuals convicted in the United States of international terrorism related charges in the last 15 years were foreign born. @SecNielsen testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee https://t.co/pZkq1xU2ZM pic.twitter.com/9Hbw5an8Xr— Security Studies Group (@SecStudiesGrp) January 16, 2018
May 20, 2017
Russia Special Counsel Mueller Worked with Radical Islamic Groups to Purge Anti-Terrorism Training Material Offensive to Muslims
July 16, 2016
28 Pages Suggest Crooked Hillary’s Girlfriend, Huma Abedin-Connected Group Funded Terrorism
Congress released on July 15 a long-classified report exploring the alleged ties of the Saudi Arabian government to the 9/11 hijackers. Known as the "28 pages," the secret document was part of a congressional investigation after the Sept. 11 attacks and has been classified since the report's completion.
June 28, 2016
Proposed Additional Views
June 16, 2016
Enhanced Human Intelligence Is Key to Defeating Terrorists
June 13, 2016
The attack in Orlando is the 22nd plot since 2015. To put this increase in perspective, more than a quarter of domestic terror plots in the U.S. since 2001 have occurred in the last 18 months.
March 29, 2016
Are Europe’s rigid labor laws feeding terrorism? Why does Belgium do a poorer job of assimilating Muslims than the United States? Alex Tabarrok points to minimum wage and other laws that may price lower-skilled immigrants out of the job market. He notes, quoting the OECD: “In 2012, the overall unemployment rate in Belgium was 7.6% (15-64 age group), rising to 19.8% for those in the labour force aged under 25, and, among these, reaching 29.3% and 27.9% for immigrants and their native-born offspring, respectively.”
January 28, 2016
80 Islamist Terrorist Plots - The U.S. Needs to Redouble Its Counterterrorism Efforts (From David Inserra & Riley Walters – The Heritage Foundation)
December 10 2015
Giuliani: Important to Call It Islamic Terrorism
December 7, 2015
We Need More Guns on the Ground
August 26, 2015
Spies: Obama’s Brass Pressured Us to Downplay ISIS Threat (From Daily Beast – Michael Weiss)
U.S. intelligence analysts keep saying that the American-led campaign against ISIS isn’t going so well. Their bosses keep telling them to think again about those conclusions.
July 27, 2015
Political Correctness and the American Military (From Hoover Institution - Williamson Murray)
The long and short of the increasing imposition of societal strictures, guided by the gated communities of the Beltway and the media, could well lead to a steady decline in the competence and military effectiveness of America’s military. Moreover, the military draws the great majority of its officers and enlisted personnel from parts of the United States that are far removed from the comfortable circumstances in which the American elite pursue their dreams of a comfortable, peaceful global community that has little relation to the harsh, brutal reality that characterizes much of the world outside the United States, Europe, and the island states of Asia. Should those parents of those outlier communities no longer be willing to send their sons and daughters to defend the interests of this great Republic, the nation will pay a terrible price.
July 27, 2015
DHS - Calling Islamic Terrorism 'Islamic' Offends Muslims (From Investors.com)
Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson refuses to call Islamic terror "Islamic," arguing it's "critical" to refrain from the label in order to "build trust" among Muslims. (Is this guy intentionally trying to get us all killed or is he merely “brain dead” ??)
July 22, 2015
Terrorist Plot 72 - Congress Needs to Address Rising Islamist Terrorism at Home (From Heritage Foundation – David Inserra)
While Americans were enjoying themselves on July 4, a terrorist obtained the weapons to attack his fellow citizens in the name of a radical Islamist ideology. Thankfully, the FBI stopped Alexander Ciccolo’s plot, but Congress should not remain complacent. The U.S. cannot assume it is safe just because it has been in the past. The U.S. needs to take a proactive approach against terrorism.
April 15, 2015
Is it fair to wonder if Obama wants Iran to go nuclear??
March 24, 2015
Iran’s Noncompliance with Its International Atomic Energy Agency Obligations
The root of international suspicion with regard to Iran’s nuclear ambitions rests on four problems, two of which directly involve non-compliance with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Iranian authorities justify their nuclear program as a desire to have indigenous energy security. Additionally, Iran has previously engaged in work which had only military applications. Unlike Iraq, suspicions regarding Iran’s nuclear program stream from more than a decade of obfuscations and outright lies exposed during IAEA inspections. Finally, Iran refuses to ratify the Additional Protocol. In regards to a deal, rewarding intransigence encourages continued Iranian non-compliance with its obligations to the IAEA. Nor does limiting inspections to the IAEA regimen make sense.
February 17, 2015
Beyond Nuclear: The Increasing Threat from Iran
We must assume that Tehran will continue to see the US as a dangerous and aggressive enemy regardless of the outcome of nuclear negotiations. Iran’s leaders will continue to believe that America is attempting to build an alliance of Arab states and Israel with the aim of containing Iran and bringing down the current regime. An influx of money and investment at this stage will also fuel Iran’s ability sustain the military and paramilitary forces it has deployed and to fund its violent and sectarian proxies. A nuclear deal without some sort of real rapprochement, therefore, will actually increase the Iranian military threat to America’s interests. A deal with Iran that addresses only narrow technical issues related to the nuclear program does not even begin to address the challenge Iran poses. Addressing the challenge would require developing a coherent and nuanced strategy toward Iran, something that is notably absent today.
February 12, 2015
An American Strategy for Victory in the War Against Islamist Terror
To rollback and defeat Islamist terror groups, I propose a seven-point plan. First, we must define the threat in order to defeat it. Second, we must take the fight to the enemy, rather than letting Islamist terror reach our shores before combatting it. Third, we must target the enemies’ tools, including their financing and human capital flows. Fourth, we must deny terrorists save haven overseas by confronting threats early. Fifth, we must defend the Homeland against domestic radicalization. Sixth, we must counter the insidious ideology at the core of Islamist terrorism. And, finally, we must promote liberty and human dignity as the great alternatives to repression and terror.
January 29, 2015
Congressional Oversight Needed as Obama Administration Moves to Remove Cuba from State Sponsors of Terrorism List
To remove Cuba from the State Department’s State Sponsors of Terrorism list would be to ignore both the Cuban government’s inherently malicious nature and the utility of terrorist designations. For over three decades, the Castro regime has directly supported organizations designated by the U.S. government as terrorist. Recent activities that warrant Cuba’s place on the list include Havana’s violations of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions, leadership role in directing Venezuela’s military and intelligence, and steadfast support and intimate relationship with such countries as Syria, Iran, and North Korea. The Castro regime also continues to harbor U.S. fugitives and subsidize their livelihoods. Terrorism designation is not only about what the country is currently doing, but also about the potential for future malicious actions. Removing Cuba from the terrorist list is much more than a symbolic gesture. It carries far-reaching implications that can endanger U.S. national security interests.
November 20, 2014
ISIS, Israel, and Nukes: Iran Faces Crises
Iranian leadership’s decision-making process—whether in facing the crises in Iraq and Gaza, nuclear negotiations, or the ISIS threat—should be interpreted in the context of the regime’s five fundamental principles: preservation of the Islamic State and revolution, Iran’s primacy in the Middle East, Iran’s leadership of the Islamic World, and Iran’s domestic economic strength and security. The fact that ISIS threatens Iran’s territorial integrity helps explain some of Tehran’s bending on some other tenets (such as tolerating some US and allied military action in Iraq and Syria). Iran’s calculations throughout these crises show just how challenging Iran’s strategic environment has become. They also illuminate an opportunity for the United States. Armed with better knowledge and understanding, US policymakers can anticipate and even begin to shape Iranian behavior to the benefit of regional security and stability.
November 12, 2014
New documents show that Democratic Think Tank, Truman National Security Project, has been quietly preparing its associates to champion an Iran nuclear deal in the media and elsewhere since at least July of last year. The documents instruct Truman associates on how to sell an Iran deal and brands opponents as unpatriotic. (Just thinking about Iran, makes Barry Soetoro put a plastic sheet down over his mattress before going to bed!!)
September 15, 2014
A Strategy to Defeat the Islamic State
President Barack Obama announced his strategy for dealing with the Islamic State on September 10, 2014. He has described the seriousness of the threat in terms ranging from moderate to extreme and has identified objectives ranging from containing the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) to destroying it, or, in the words of Vice President Joe Biden, chasing it “to the gates of Hell.” Indeed, the situation demands a clear strategy pursuing explicit and coherent objectives. The president did not offer such a strategy. President Barack Obama has instead announced a plan that consists of U.S. air support to Iraqi and Kurdish ground forces, a humanitarian mission, a train and assist mission to build the capacity of Iraqi and Kurdish security forces, and a counterterrorism mission. His plan is largely a continuation of the failed counterterrorism strategy that the administration has pursued for years, and in which the threat of the Islamic State arose. These conditions will likely cause the U.S. strategy to fail.