Hezbollah Crime-Terror Network Poses Big Concerns, Should Be Focus At Summit Of The Americas

Hezbollah Crime-Terror Network Poses Big Concerns, Should Be Focus At Summit Of The Americas

As world leaders from throughout the Western Hemisphere gather in Lima, Peru for the Summit of the Americas VIII on April 13th – 14th they should agree to target Hezbollah and dismantle their crime-terror emp

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Fighting crime, drugs, and terror

Fighting crime, drugs, and terror

In this Washington Times article, author J.D. Gordon details the plight of Attorney General Jeff Sessions to eliminate the threat of terrorist organizations endangering Americans. The fight was furthered this month

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Canada needs a better approach to dismantling Islamist networks

Canada needs a better approach to dismantling Islamist networks

In a recent Toronto Sun post, Candice Malcolm declares the need for a better approach to dismantle Islamist networks. Her column thoughtfully differentiates Muslims from Islamists from jihadists. Malcolm notes: "Muslim

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Op-Ed: Can North Korea Launch Pearl Harbor II?

Op-Ed: Can North Korea Launch Pearl Harbor II?

Within hours of the 9/11 attacks, I joined my fellow Sailors hunkered down at Pacific Fleet Headquarters in Pearl Harbor where we helped coordinate the defense of Hawaii and the West Coast. As dozens of ships left port t

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NATO admission must never be free

NATO admission must never be free

Our military knows “freedom isn’t free.” Just ask any service member or veteran. Millions have served overseas, defending the freedom of our allies as well. Too many never returned. So while NATO expansion is gene

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Want to help Syrians? End the war

Want to help Syrians? End the war

By J.D. Gordon In a video gone viral, 13-year old Syrian Kinan Masalmeh pleads with a television reporter outside the Budapest central train station, “The Syrians need help now. Just stop the war.  We don’t want

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16 years later, ‘Paz Para Vieques’ still teaches powerful lesson

16 years later, ‘Paz Para Vieques’ still teaches powerful lesson

Sunday, April 19th marks the 16th anniversary of the training accident that sparked our Navy’s worst defeat since Pearl Harbor. Soaring over the eastern tip of Vieques Island, off Puerto Rico’s coast, a Marine Corps

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Watch Correa, not Castro at Americas summit: Column

Watch Correa, not Castro at Americas summit: Column

As three dozen world leaders meet in Panama, April 10 to 11 for the 7th Summit of the Americas, conventional wisdom is to watch Barack Obama and Raul Castro. After all, this is Cuba's first attendanc

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