Venezuela Has Earned Her Stripes as a National Security Threat

Venezuela Has Earned Her Stripes as a National Security Threat

On March 9, 2015, the White House declared a “national emergency” in Venezuela, affirming that the Chavistas pose an “unusual and extraordinary” threat to US national security and foreign policy. Many a

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Despite horrors of Paris, Obama continues to free terror suspects from Guantanamo

Despite horrors of Paris, Obama continues to free terror suspects from Guantanamo

While 40 world leaders marched in Paris to show solidarity against terrorist attacks, Obama not only skipped the event, he remains determined to free as many Al Qaeda, Taliban and affiliated jihadists from Guantanamo as

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Obama Rolls Dice With American Lives Over GITMO Releases

Obama Rolls Dice With American Lives Over GITMO Releases

Snake eyes, you die. Seven, eleven, you live. All other rolls of the dice are anybody’s guess. Yes, just like craps, such is the randomness of President Barack Obama’s gamble on releasing so many radical Islamic te

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Showdown in Sochi: The Threat of Terrorism

Showdown in Sochi: The Threat of Terrorism

Nearly seven years ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin successfully won the bid to host this week’s Winter Olympics in Sochi. For Putin, this is an opportunity to show off Russia as a leader on an international stage

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Top 5 changes at the Pentagon under Obama

Top 5 changes at the Pentagon under Obama

Over the past couple weeks some of President Obama’s most fervent fans have openly deserted him – expressing a commonly heard frustration from his liberal base that his popular 2008 campaign slogan “hope and change

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Holder still meddling in military commissions

Holder still meddling in military commissions

With the next round of Guantanamo military commission pretrial hearings for alleged USS Cole bombing ringleader Abd Al Rahim al-Nashiri scheduled through Friday, now is a good time to ask why Attorney General Eric H

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9/11 suspects on hunger strike at Gitmo — Oh the Humanity!

9/11 suspects on hunger strike at Gitmo — Oh the Humanity!

“Oh, the Humanity!” So went the famous phrase shouted by Chicago’s WLS Radio announcer Herb Morrison as he witnessed the Hindenburg crash and burn in Lakehurst, N.J. on May 6, 1937. Though the death of three-doz

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New Guantanamo soccer field shows Obama’s priorities in action

New Guantanamo soccer field shows Obama’s priorities in action

With up to $1 trillion in defense spending cuts planned over the next decade, the Obama administration has curiously managed to spend $750,000 in taxpayer funds on a year-long construction project for a detainee soccer f

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