April 19, 2019

National Security Dudes and Dudettes

When a man or woman is mugged on the street or afflicted by disease, the right response is never to pretend everything is fine and nothing has happened.But if you’re a really cool guy like the president of the United States or one of his top advisors or the Secretary of State who wants to become […]

Is Al Gore’s Al-Jazeera TV Deal a ‘Homeland Security Threat’?

Has Al Gore sold out American interests to dangerous foreign influences? The former vice president’s “sale of Current TV to Al Jazeera is not a laughing matter,” says investigative journalist Cliff Kincaid. “This transaction is a homeland security threat that violates numerous U.S. laws,” says Kincaid, who has called for a congressional invesigation of the […]

‘Inappropriately Low’ Security in Benghazi

Via Jake Tapper – ABC News: ABC News has learned that Eric Nordstrom, the former Regional Security Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Libya, has told congressional investigators that security at the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, was “inappropriately low” – and believed that State Department officials stood in the way of his attempts […]

Time to Ask Obama about His Social Security Number

I have been communicating with the intrepid Ohio private investigator, Susan Daniels, for some time.  A few weeks ago, I got to meet Daniels.  She is smart and sincere, and she understands her subject matter thoroughly.  The left-wing “rebuttals” of her data, to this point, have ranged from the inept to the absurd.  More to […]

Panderer-in-Chief: Why Obama’s National Security Record Is Weak and Dangerous

One of Obama’s greatest strengths, according to the mainstream media and establishment pundits, is his national security and defense record.  After all, they say, he has taken out Osama bin Laden, overthrown a dictator in Libya, and now (at least officially) ended an unpopular war in Iraq. Osama, Libya, Iraq: A Counter-Argument Big deal.  Sooner […]

Iraq official warns of abuse of security forces

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al- Maliki speaks to his supporters in Baghdad, Iraq. Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011. Iraq’s prime minister says the end of the American military presence in Iraq is a new dawn for his country. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim) BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq’s parliament speaker warned Monday that human rights violations are putting the […]