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Book Review: ‘No Good Men Among the Living’ by Anand Gopal


Journalist examines how the "us vs. them" approach toward the war on terrorism led the U.S. astray in Afghanistan Read More »

Book Review: Outlaw Platoon  by Sean Parnell & John Bruning

Sean Parnell, an Army Rangers platoon leader experience combat and bonding in Afghanistan. Read More »

Movie Review: Act of Valor

Act of Valor doesn't make the cut. Read More »

Book Review: The Faithful Spy by Alex Berenson

As the only CIA agent to infiltrate al Qaeda, John Wells has become a faithful Muslim but still an American patriot. Read More »

Faith, Race, and Terror

The recent massacre at a Sikh Temple was a brutal lesson in the inevitable consequences of the color line. Read More »

Book Review: The Year I Learned to Text: Why Am I Having Sex with a Muslim in My Basement? by Juliet Montague

In which a post-menopausal Republican-Christian woman living in Hollywood grapples with fear, prejudice, and the addictive chemistry. Read More »

The Case for Taking Bin Laden Alive

Do modern day terrorists deserve a harsher form of justice than other war criminals? Read More »

“Where’s the Beef”?

After Osama bin Laden was killed, why wasn't his body displayed for verification. Read More »

Refocusing after the Planes Hit the Towers

The mind takes time to shift gears. Read More »

The Man in the Mirror: A Muammar Gaddafi Nightmare

A new approach to figuring out the motivations of Muammar Gaddafi, the world's foremost public enemy. Read More »