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‘It Is Unusual To Celebrate A Death’

Osama bin Laden was a monster beyond words. But Mike Huckabee also is right, it is unusual to celebrate a death. Read More »

Obama Got Osama – Why Can’t He Get The Credit?

The killing of Osama bin Laden was a historic moment in the Obama presidency — and Republicans aren't happy about it. Read More »

Mission Accomplished?

Let's take bin Laden's death as a sign that it's time to rethink our foreign policy as we should have after 9/11. Read More »

Osama Bin Laden Killed in Pakistan


The al Qaeda leader and mastermind of terrorist attacks including 9-11 was killed in an attack on a mansion just outside Islamabad. Read More »

Ground Zero Mosque: Olive Branch or Stick in the Eye?

The arguments for and against the building of the Cordoba mosque at Ground Zero in New York Read More »

Afghanistan Lost

The endgame in Afghanistan rears its' ugly head. Read More »

Who Are The Taliban?

Who are the Taliban? How have they survived in remote areas, and in cities? Read More »

Why Can’t Eric Holder Answer a Simple Question?

What is so difficult about giving honest answers about the administration's plans to try terrorists? Read More »

The Al Qaeda Threat and the Need to Find New Partners

The option of networking with non-state players such as Taleban and LTTE was never studied by the Bush administration. Here are some possibilities. Read More »