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Families of San Bernardino shooting sue Facebook, Google, Twitter

Family members of three victims of the December 2015 shooting rampage in San Bernardino, California, have sued Facebook, Google and Twitter, claiming that the companies permitted Islamic State to flourish on social media. The relatives assert that by allowing Islamic State militants to spread propaganda freely on social media, the three companies provided “material support”

A First–Trump Names the Enemy at Address to Congress: Radical Islamic Terrorism

Penny Starr, His predecessors would not utter the words, but President Donald Trump did not hesitate to name the enemy confronting the United States and the rest of the world: radical Islamic terrorism. “We’re also taking strong measures to protect our nation from radical Islamic terrorism,” Trump said in his address to a joint session

FBI deletes details about hacking effort in document release

ERIC TUCKER, A.P. The FBI has released 100 pages of heavily censored documents related to its agreement with an unidentified vendor to hack into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters, but it did not identify whom it paid to perform the work or how much it cost. The records were

What Drives the ‘Lone Wolves’ and Where do their ideas come from?

Howard Bloom,  If you can kill a kafir [a person who does not believe in Islam] American or European…then rely upon Allah, and kill them in any manner possible. –Dabiq, the magazine of the Islamic State,  Issue 12, November 18, 2015 ISIS—the Islamic State—may be losing territory in Iraq and Syria, but it has spread

A Complete List of Radical Islamic Terror Attacks on U.S. Soil Under Obama

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

Tips for Trump on Terrorism: Time to clean house and throw down

Lloyd Billingsley, The amazing 2016 election is in the books and, despite countless prophecies to the contrary, Donald J. Trump will be the new commander-in-chief of U.S. Armed Forces, the most powerful man in the world. That is an ideal position to take long overdue actions on the terrorist front. As a brief review confirms,

Vote Like Your Guns Depend on It (They Do) #TrumpPence16

AWR Hawkins, Today every gun owner and Second Amendment supporter in America needs to vote as if your guns depend on it — because they do. The contrast between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could not be more stark than when it comes to the right to keep and bear arms. Trump has pledged to preserve

Three Quarters Of Americans Oppose Gun Control

Steve Watson | Infowars, Record numbers say no to proposed handgun ban. A new poll released by Gallup has found that a record amount of Americans are opposed to gun control measures. The survey found that 76 percent of respondents, over three quarters, believe that a ban on civilian ownership of handguns should not be

Podesta lamented that a Muslim, not a white man, named as killer in 2015 massacre

Top Hillary Clinton aides were upset a Muslim man was publicly named as the shooter in a 2015 massacre that left 14 people dead, and a longtime Clinton confidant even expressed regret that the terrorist wasn’t a white man, according to purported emails released by WikiLeaks on Sunday. The emails were part of a trove

Homegrown Extremism: Law enforcement has a difficult job tracking would-be militants

The ISSUE: Radical Islamic militancy that has sustained itself for decades overseas has inspired a series of attacks on U.S. soil in the last year and a half. The culprits typically have no ties to foreign terrorist organizations, no explicit directions from overseas and no formal training — unlike the operatives of 9/11. Instead, they’ve

Trump has shifted away from complete Muslim ban

Donald Trump has backed away from a total ban on Muslims entering the United States, vice presidential running mate Mike Pence said on Thursday, a shift from one of the Republican presidential candidate’s most provocative proposals. Trump’s call last December for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” followed an Islamic