Profiling may be a necessary tool in the War on Terrorism.
TheDC’s Mary Katharine Ham, who appeared on The O’Reilly Factor alongside Juan Williams, speaks about the controversial firing
New Pakistani Taliban operative feared inside U.S. after Times Square failure
David Bossie, the president of Citizens United, challenges Talking Points Memo reporter Ryan Reilly’s assertion that radical Islam is merely a “supposed threat.”
Shahzad pleaded guilty in June to the failed May 1 attack, and admitted receiving terror training from the Pakistani Taliban
Shahzad gets life - AP
Still-defiant Times Square bomber sentenced in Manhattan court
Why the war on terror will likely drag on for the rest of our lives — and our children’s.
American Muslims are largely responsible for growing anti-Islamic sentiments.
A senior Taliban commander killed himself and his assistant when a bomb they were assembling prematurely detonated, the BBC reported yesterday
Times Square bomber wimped out on suicide - ABC News
A new propaganda tape from the Taliban of Pakistan shows that failed Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad was a wimp
This Administration’s premise — that one way to fight Islamic terrorists is to go silent on the very phrase “Islamic terrorists” lest we offend Muslims — contradicts one of the greatest principles of American constitutional jurisprudence.
Shahzad offered details about how he trained with the Pakistani Taliban to build bombs, then returned to the U.S. to launch an attack
Faisal Shahzad entered plea Monday after indictment of 10 terrorism and weapon counts
By requiring pre-paid cell phone purchasers to provide just a small amount of identifying information, we can close a major law enforcement blind spot and make our nation safer
The option would be used in the event that the Pakistani Taliban launch a successful terror attack on American soil
The latest suspect to be questioned is a Pakistani named Humbal Akhtar confirmed by his wife to have disappeared a few days ago
For a long time now, we dumb people have hoped for a leader who could blaze new trails; who could go where no dummy has gone before. Finally, that role model has mounted the national stage, front and center. I speak, of course, of Attorney General Eric Holder.
DHS document expects attempts with ‘increased frequency’
Every new president makes some wrong personnel choices at the beginning of his administration. They soon recognize their mistakes and replace those individuals with people who do a better job. Where the security of the country from terrorist attacks is concerned, however, those mistakes can have grave consequences for the American people
The Pakistani connection - LAT
Investigators have arrested a Pakistani army major linked to the prime suspect in the botched attempt to bomb New York City’s Times Square