A Muslim Ban Is Logical, Moral, And Even Libertarian

op-ed | Ilana Mercer
Sayfullo Saipov, the suspect in the New York City truck attack is seen in this handout photo released November 1, 2017. St. Charles County Department of Corrections/Handout via REUTERS

Rejecting Muslim immigrants won’t kill Americans. Accepting them might.

Pass the RAISE Act To End The Diversity Visa Lottery

op-ed | Rep. Francis Rooney
FBI agents and New York City Police Department (NYPD) investigate a pickup truck used in an attack on the West Side Highway in lower Manhattan in New York City, U.S., November 1, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Immigration needs to respect our national security and reflect our 21st century economy.

Freelance Vehicular Jihad

op-ed | A.J. Caschetta

Calling terrorists “cowardly” is no substitute for understanding their thought process and motivation.

COULTER: Florida Man Has Fender Bender In Manhattan

op-ed | Ann Coulter
Police look towards the scene of a pickup truck attack on West Side Highway in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 31 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

The post-Islamic-attack commentary goes more like this…

Terror In Tribeca: The West Vs. Islam Is A Civilizational Clash

op-ed | Alex Grass

God is great. But you’d forgive the victims of this week’s Halloween Attack for thinking otherwise.

Was Iran Behind The Kandahar Bombing That Killed UAE Diplomats?

op-ed | Lawrence Sellin
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks live on television after casting his ballot in the Iranian presidential election in Tehran, Iran June 12, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz/File Photo

They had the motivation and opportunity.

Niger: Finally, A War John McCain Doesn't Love

op-ed | Ilana Mercer

He’s even considering a subpoena over the intervention.

Why We Have Troops In Niger

op-ed | J. Michael Waller

We didn’t stamp out regional jihadism before it became a real problem.

After ISIS, What Comes Next?

op-ed | Nicholas Waddy
A member loyal to the ISIL waves an ISIL flag in Raqqa

American policy must become more clear-headed and pragmatic.

Addressing International Fragility Is Key To Winning The War On Terror

Opinion | Rep. Michael McCaul
A member loyal to the ISIL waves an ISIL flag in Raqqa

Only by recognizing the danger of fragile states and promoting stability can this struggle be won.

Boston’s New Islamic Seminary Is Radicalizing The Next Generation Of Clerics

Opinion | Mauro Lubrano
A man holds a poster and a sign that shows the Rabaa hand gesture, which symbolizes support for the Muslim Brotherhood, during a march with protesters from Islamic Movement, a faction of Sudan's ruling National Congress Party, and Egyptians against an Egyptian court's decision this week to seek the death penalty for Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi, after Friday prayers in Khartoum, Sudan May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

Too many Islamic organizations are just extremist fronts.

Why Can’t We Talk About Muslim Supremacism?

Opinion | James Merse

The mainstream media ignores this phenomenon.

ISIS Is Growing In Pakistan

Opinion | Lawrence Sellin
A boy holds a national flag as he watches an air show to celebrate the 70th Independence Day in Islamabad

The Afghan Taliban may only be the tip of the Islamist iceberg in South Asia.

Stop Shopping Until You Drop -- Or Until A Terrorist Drops You

Opinion | Ilana Mercer
Muslims hold placards as they march towards the U.S. embassy in London May 6, 2011. On the frontline of the war against terrorism -- and Britain is undoubtedly a frontline -- private initiatives hint at the failure of state-sponsored efforts to counter jihad. Almost six years on from a massive coordinated terror attack on London's transport system, the main nationwide programme to deter young men from extremism still hasn't moved past mistrust and suspicion. Picture taken May 6, 2011. To match Special Report BRITAIN-MUSLIMS/RADICALS REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

People will increasingly have to secede from the public square to avoid radical Islam.

Diversity Is Radical Islam's Greatest Weakness

Opinion | Lawrence Sellin
Shi'ite fighters hold an image of the Islamic State flag after clashes with IS militants in Saqlawiya, north of Falluja, Iraq, June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer

Exploiting fractures in the ideology could allow the U.S. to achieve its goals with less blood.

It's Time For Serious United Nations Reform

Opinion | Rep. Francis Rooney
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 01: Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, speaks at the United Nations General Assembly on October 1, 2015 in New York City. Netanyahu spoke at length about the nuclear deal with Iran. World leaders gathered for the 70th session of the annual meeting. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

If the U.N. doesn’t change quickly, we should reconsider the manner of our funding and participation in the organization.

Rampant European Terror Attacks Support Trump's Call To Get Tougher On Terrorists

Opinion | James Merse

Our president is committed is not afraid to name the problem: radical Islamists.

China’s Risky Investment In Pakistan

Opinion | Lawrence Sellin
A boy holds a national flag as he watches an air show to celebrate the 70th Independence Day in Islamabad

The countries are making a huge bet that economic development can coexist with the infrastructure of terrorism.

Credulous Journalists Help Islamists Thrive

Opinion | Sam Westrop
A woman holds a sign that shows the Rabaa hand gesture, which symbolizes support for the Muslim Brotherhood, during a march with protesters from Islamic Movement, a faction of Sudan's ruling National Congress Party, against the Egyptian court's decision this week to seek the death penalty for Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi after Friday prayers in Khartoum, Sudan May 22, 2015. Around 800 protesters marched through Sudan's capital on Friday against the decision. REUTERS/Stringer

By failing to identify extremists, the media is making it almost impossible, to identify and support the moderates.

Professor: Muslim Terrorism Gets More Coverage Than 'Right-Wing' Attacks

Education | David Krayden
Pallbearers rest their hands on the casket of San Bernardino shooting victim Tin Nguyen during her funeral at Saint Barbara's Catholic Church in Santa Ana, California, December 12, 2015. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon

‘[In] the past 10 years, only about 12 percent of terrorist attacks in the U.S. have been committed by Muslims’