Rejecting Muslim immigrants won’t kill Americans. Accepting them might.
Immigration needs to respect our national security and reflect our 21st century economy.
Calling terrorists “cowardly” is no substitute for understanding their thought process and motivation.
The post-Islamic-attack commentary goes more like this…
God is great. But you’d forgive the victims of this week’s Halloween Attack for thinking otherwise.
They had the motivation and opportunity.
He’s even considering a subpoena over the intervention.
We didn’t stamp out regional jihadism before it became a real problem.
American policy must become more clear-headed and pragmatic.
Only by recognizing the danger of fragile states and promoting stability can this struggle be won.
Too many Islamic organizations are just extremist fronts.
The mainstream media ignores this phenomenon.
The Afghan Taliban may only be the tip of the Islamist iceberg in South Asia.
People will increasingly have to secede from the public square to avoid radical Islam.
Exploiting fractures in the ideology could allow the U.S. to achieve its goals with less blood.
If the U.N. doesn’t change quickly, we should reconsider the manner of our funding and participation in the organization.
Our president is committed is not afraid to name the problem: radical Islamists.
The countries are making a huge bet that economic development can coexist with the infrastructure of terrorism.
By failing to identify extremists, the media is making it almost impossible, to identify and support the moderates.
‘[In] the past 10 years, only about 12 percent of terrorist attacks in the U.S. have been committed by Muslims’