It's long past time we took care of the Ft. Hood victims

Opinion | Lloyd Marcus

The administration still won’t call it terrorism.

Ft. Hood survivors: 'Attack was not workplace violence' - TheDC

US | Jessica Stanton
Fort Hood Shooting Memorial Service

‘That’s not workplace violence, that’s terrorism’

Fort Hood victims' families seek $750M from feds - TheDC

Politics | Kenneth Timmerman

Complaint: US possessed ‘substantial knowledge and warning signs that Hasan posed a grave danger’

The threat of homegrown terror is real

Feature:Opinion | David Bossie

American liberals need to stop putting political correctness before safety.

Senators say FBI & DOD could have prevented Ft. Hood shooting - ABC

US | interns

A new report out of the Senate shows that the FBI and the Department of Defense ignored or failed to recognize Major Hasan’s extremism

Senate report faults FBI, Army in Fort Hood shooting - AP

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Senate report faults FBI, Army in Fort Hood shooting

Is Obama weak on defense?

Opinion | Janie Johnson

It remains unclear where Obama stands on many key foreign policy issues.

How the new Congress can help fight terror

Opinion | Charlie Szrom

Congress needs to develop an overarching strategy and a clear procedural approach to fighting al Qaeda.

Al Qaeda: alleged Ft. Hood shooter a hero - CSM

US | interns

Though not on the scale of 9/11, the attack served the same purpose: to terrify “the Crusader West,” according to an Al Qaeda spokesman

During painful testimony, Hasan shows no emotion - WaPo

US | Paul Conner

He didn’t show remorse on that day, the witnesses say. He doesn’t show any remorse now

Who's to blame for anti-Islamic sentiments?

Opinion | Matt Patterson

American Muslims are largely responsible for growing anti-Islamic sentiments.

Ft. Hood shooter faces military court for first time Tuesday - AP

US | admin

The Army psychiatrist accused of opening fire at Fort Hood, killing 13 and wounding dozens more, was to make his first military courtroom appearance Tuesday as his attorney seeks to delay the case

The new breeding ground

Editorial | Charles Faddis

The United States has now joined a long list of nations in having its own domestic Islamic terrorist problem

Army will seek death in Ft. Hood case - AP

US | admin

Defense attorney indicates military prosecutors will seek death penalty for Maj. Nadal Hasan

Lieberman, Collins subpoena White House over Ft. Hood shootings - AP

US | admin

The senators have accused the White House of stonewalling their demand for five months

'The terrorist next door' - The Daily Caller

US | interns

LaRose, known now as ‘Jihad Jane,’ considered herself an ideal candidate to carry out a terrorist attack in Sweden, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Wednesday

Gen. Casey, Rep. Wilson and the Jackson Five

Feature:Opinion | Chet Nagle

Gen. George Casey, silver-haired Army chief of staff, the White House, and mainstream media are dancing fast and singing loud. They are convincing us the Fort Hood massacre was the act of a lone and sadly deranged gunman, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, who just incidentally happens to be a devout Muslim. They are doing a great whitewash of that November day when Hasan shouted Allahu Akbar as he shot and killed 13 and wounded 30 in the worst terror attack since 9/11. But a month later, on Dec. 15, 2009, the “Jackson Five” appeared and threatened to upstage the whole show. How could five nameless upstarts force Gen. Casey and Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.) into damage control?

The DC Morning: 2/22/2010

Politics | Mike Riggs
Soon we will all eat wet cat food and be grateful for it

Death by PC: 'Diversity' protected Fort Hood killer - Boston Globe

US | AJ

Army superiors were warned about the radicalization of Major Nidal Malik Hasan years before he allegedly massacred 13 soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, but did not act in part because they valued the rare diversity of having a Muslim psychiatrist

Failing at force protection: The misguided Pentagon report on the Ft. Hood massacre

Opinion | Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser

“On November 5, 2009, the United States Army was viciously attacked from within by an ideologue bent on pursuing an agenda of Islamist extremism. This ideologue fell under the separatist influence of political Islam while serving as an officer. It is incumbent upon our force to begin to understand this theo-political ideology that threatens our soldiers internally and externally.”

These critical lines are completely missing from the Pentagon’s 84-page report reviewing the massacre of 13 U.S. soldiers and contractors at Fort Hood. Yet this is only one of many omissions that the Pentagon should pursue from this incident.