Daniel Greenfield, In the past, Nidal Hasan would long since have been hung by the neck until he was deader than the Caliphate he was striving for. Instead millions of dollars have been spent keeping this Islamic enemy of America alive. And despite the whitewashing and liberal lies about him, Hasan has always made it
Derek Hunter, This is it, the last full day of President Barack Obama’s tenure. Damn, it feels better than I thought it would. Forgive my smile as I type. As President Obama makes his way out the door like a drunk who has been tossed from a bar and is determined to smash every
Jonah Goldberg, Here’s a paradox for you. Whenever there’s a terrorist attack, the immediate response from government officials and the media is: “Let’s not jump to conclusions.” Yet when there are breaking reports that Muslim or Arab Americans were allegedly victimized by bigots in some hate crime, the response is instant credulity, outrage and hand-wringing.
Dennis Prager, My last column was titled “Is Donald Trump a Misogynist?” After reading reactions throughout the internet, I realize how important it is to elaborate on the subject of how men view women. One of the proofs that higher education makes those who attend college more foolish, more naive and often even more ignorant
James Barrett, In a speech at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida on Tuesday, President Obama declared that “[n]o foreign terrorist organization has successfully planned and executed an attack on our homeland.” The claim earned perfunctory applause, but a closer look at the reaction of many of the servicemen and women there made clear what they really thought about the
Abraham Miller, In yet another painful example of the chasm between the elite and a public demanding common sense, the European Union demands that reporters not publish the fact that a given terrorist is a Muslim. If you want to understand both the Brexit and the Donald Trump vote, you need go no further than
Forty minutes after the explosion in Chelsea Saturday night, Donald Trump told a crowd in Colorado that a bomb had gone off in New York and said, “We better get very tough, folks. We better get very, very tough.” For the next 48 hours, the media denounced Trump for jumping to conclusions about a “bomb”
Fifteen years after the worst terrorist attack in American history, the United States is safer than it was on the day destined to be forever known as 9/11. Yet the threat to the homeland is persistent, ubiquitous and far different than it was before fear of terrorism became part of our national psyche. The Sept.
Conrad Black via Strategic-Culture.org, The dust has settled since the conventions and Mrs. Clinton appears to have settled into a lead of three to seven points. This reflects the usual convention surge and a final flare-up of Trumpian foot-in-mouth disorder. It is far from a safe margin ten weeks from a presidential election, and even
Congressman John R. Carter, The threat of an active shooter is increasingly real. Sadly, Central Texans and all Americans are all too familiar with responding to active shooters. The deadly attacks in Killeen, Fort Hood, Dallas, joined with the tragic events outside of Texas, including those in San Bernardino, Sandy Hook, and Virginia Tech, are
Michelle Malkin, The ever-growing list of “soldiers of Allah” who embed themselves in the U.S. military. Bronze Star and Purple Heart recipient Captain Humayun Khan died heroically. But his exceptional courage in Iraq and his Muslim father’s post-Democratic convention histrionics on TV do not erase the security threat posed by killer warriors of Allah infiltrating
U.S. Joint Base Andrews, the military facility near Washington that is home to the president’s plane, was briefly placed on lockdown on Thursday amid what turned out to be erroneous reports of a gunman at large during a pre-planned exercise to test responses to an active shooter. Base officials issued an all-clear message after about