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North Korea blames the U.S. for Internet outages

 North Korea accused the United States on Saturday of being responsible for Internet outages it experienced in recent days amid a confrontation between them over the hacking of the film studio Sony Pictures. North Korea’s main internet sites experienced intermittent disruptions early in the week for reasons that U.S. tech companies said could range from […] Read More →

Sony Seeks Way to Release ‘The Interview’

 Sony Pictures Chief Executive Officer Michael Lynton is looking for a new way to release the satirical film “The Interview” after U.S. theater chains refused to show it over threats of violence from hackers linked to North Korea. Lynton, who runs the Culver City, California-based unit of Sony, said in an interview yesterday with CNN’s […] Read More →

New ISIS Penal Code Heavy on Death Penalties, Crucifixions

Frances Martel, From Breitbart  A document surfaced online this week and has been reportedly circulating in Raqqa, Syria, that alleges to be the official penal code of the Islamic State. The document, translated and confirmed to be from the terrorist group by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), lists eleven crimes and their punishments– […] Read More →

‘Muslim reformers’: Forever talking the talk, never walking the walk

Raymond Ibrahim,  Due to its rarity, it’s always notable whenever a top Islamic leader publicly acknowledges the threat of Islamic radicalism and terror. And yet, such denunciations never seem to go beyond words—and sometimes not even that. Thus, in “An Arab Prince Denounces Islamism,” Daniel Pipes highlights “a remarkable but thus-far unnoticed address on Dec. 5” by […] Read More →

Dr. Ben Carson: Democrats’ Wasteful Torture Report

 The recent release of a Senate report commissioned by Democrats regarding torture of terrorism suspects in order to obtain vital information was a waste of $40 million of taxpayer money. It already had been documented extensively that three suspects were waterboarded and that sleep deprivation and other such techniques were used to extract vital information […] Read More →

Doug Giles: WWJT, Who Would Jesus Torture?

 A Christian radio show host asked me the other day how I could, as a believer, be cool with waterboarding terrorists for intel crucial to our national security—or, as I like to call it, the implementation of the Irrigation for Information Act. Irrigation sounds so much more pleasant than torture, oui? Oui. I told my […] Read More →