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Feinstein And Durbin: Hey, Let’s Use International Law For The Gitmo Jihadis
  15 Aug 2013     8:33 am      William Teach

Senators Dianne Feinstein and Dick Durbin are super upset that the Gitmo detention facility is still open in the era of HopeNchange
(LA Times) The detention facility on our military base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is holding 166 individuals. Most of them have been there a decade or more.
Operating Guantanamo costs about $450 million a year — or about $2.7 million a detainee, according to the Defense Department. Consider this: It costs $78,000 to hold a convicted terrorist in the most secure federal prison in the United States, Supermax in Colorado. …

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Has Al-Qaeda Developed An Undetectable Explosive Liquid That Can Be Worn On Clothes?
  7 Aug 2013     6:05 am      John Hawkins

I can’t speak for anyone else, but I’m a little dubious of any reports that Al-Qaeda is capable of inventing anything. Granted, some of the more clever cave dwellers might be adept at combining already existing technology, but could they really manage something like this?

Senior US officials have voiced growing concerns that al-Qa’ida may have developed a liquid explosive that could be undetectable under current security systems whilst the military has evacuated its non-essential government personnel from Yemen.
An explosive liquid developed to be dipped onto ordinary clothing, becoming explosive when …

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Napolitano Leaving DHS Under Cloud of Suspicion
  15 Jul 2013     5:25 pm      Rachel Alexander

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano suddenly announced last week that she was resigning her position at the embattled agency in order to take a $750,000-a-year job as president of the University of California system. This will more than triple her salary, which was $200,000 at DHS.
The timing of her resignation is highly unusual for a member of the president’s cabinet. Most cabinet members who leave after a president’s first term don’t wait an extra six months into the second term. Many believe she abruptly left DHS because of some sordid …

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Egypt deposed of their dictator: When will America depose of ours?
  6 Jul 2013     1:05 am      Josh Bernstein

The Egyptian people have spoken loudly. They were tired of the broken promises and the poor excuses. They were tired of the Muslim Brotherhood’s dictatorial ruling style and discriminatory practices against Christians and other non Muslims. They were tired of their President, Mohamed Morsi.
Millions upon millions of anti-Morsi protestors filled the streets of Cairo and demanded their authoritative dictator step down. When Morsi refused, he was forcibly removed from power by the Egyptian military.
So this brings me to this question. Can what happen in Egypt happen here in America? Should …

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NY Times Publishes Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Op-Ed
  5 Jul 2013     8:34 am      William Teach

Of course, this is one of the great things about American democracy (don’t start with the “it’s a Republic” thing), based on the 1st Amendment: allowing other viewpoints. Which is interesting for the NY Times, because, at best, they rarely allow more than super-squishy Republicans to publish op-eds. Anyhow, here’s the Brookings Institute’s Shadi Hamid, director of their Doha center, based in Qatar, which is a rather Islamist country
Demoting Democracy in Egypt
WHEN Mohamed Morsi became Egypt’s first democratically elected president last year, it was an especially sweet victory for the …

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Edward Snowden: Traitor or Hero?
  28 Jun 2013     12:16 pm      Rachel Alexander

A whistleblower has exposed the National Security Administration’s warrantless spying on millions of ordinary Americans, and conservatives are divided in their reactions. Dick Cheney and Michele Bachmann are calling former NSA contractor Edward Snowden a traitor. This may be the only time I ever disagree with them.
Snowden revealed that judges are approving warrants allowing the government to obtain “inadvertently acquired” information without a search warrant. This includes the contents of emails and listening in on phone conversations. It is ostensibly authorized under Section 215 of the Patriot Act.
This is terrifying when you …

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US Still Insisting Brazil is The Best Bet for Our Military
  21 Jun 2013     11:43 am      Unicorn Jones

So remember a while ago when I told you that the Obama Administration was basically making life easier for people who don’t really like America by handing them awesomesauce defense contracts while people in America go without jobs because this administration has the economic foresight of a Mack Truck in a snowstorm?

Let’s just say they’re still at it.
Just in case you don’t want to click the link, here’s a refresher. We doled a contract for Light Air Support to Brazilian-based manufacturer Embraer, who happens to be virtually controlled by Brazil’s …

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Hooray! Spying On All Americans Stopped Halted Terrorist Threats
  13 Jun 2013     9:05 am      William Teach

So says the head of the NSA
(NY Times) The director of the National Security Agency told Congress on Wednesday that “dozens” of terrorism threats had been halted by the agency’s huge database of the logs of nearly every domestic phone call made by Americans, while a senator briefed on the program disclosed that the telephone records are destroyed after five years.
The director, Gen. Keith B. Alexander, who heads both the N.S.A. and United States Cyber Command, which runs the military’s offensive and defensive use of cyberweapons, told skeptical members of …

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Mukasey: If You Don’t Give Up Your Privacy The Terrorists Win
  10 Jun 2013     8:14 am      William Teach

Ever since the NSA programs were revealed we’ve seen a steady stream of Big Government elitists coming forward and telling us things like “everything’s OK, it’s no big deal”. And “we’re not listening to your phone calls.” And “it’s called protecting Amerika.” Things like “we have to do everything and anything necessary.” And here’s Michael Mukasey, who served as US attorney general.

Leaking Secrets Empowers Terrorists
Once again, the tanks-have-rolled left and the black-helicopters right have joined together in howls of protest. They were set off by last week’s revelations that the …

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NY Times: Congress Can Stop The Privacy Abuse
  8 Jun 2013     7:06 am      William Teach

The question is, will Mr. Obama and his team go along with any plans to stop the over-broad fishnet surveillance of the US citizenry? Here’s the Times’ editorial board .

Over the last three years, several measures were introduced in Congress that would have helped reduce or eliminate the abuses of communications surveillance revealed this week. Every one of them was voted down.
Most members of Congress, it turns out, had received the usual bland assurances from counterterrorism officials that the authority granted to the government under the Patriot Act and related …

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Chris Matthews: “President Should Do Whatever It Takes To Stop Terrorism”
  6 Jun 2013     8:43 pm      William Teach

I was flabbergasted when I heard this the first time

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Boiling it down:
“I try to ask in matters like this a simple question: if we are hit, and it comes out that the president had the ability and authority to take action that could have prevented the attack, what would the critics justifiably say then? What would you say if you knew our leaders failed to do something they could done and didn’t?”

Hmm, so when it was Bush in charge, …

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Police Dogs Trained To Spot Terrorists May No Longer Come Into Contact With Muslims After Complaints
  28 May 2013     5:26 am      John Hawkins

What’s the point of having dogs in the subway that are intended to sniff out explosives if they can’t come in contact with the group of people most likely to be carrying the explosives?

A report for the Transport Department has raised the prospect that the animals should only touch passengers’ luggage because it is considered “more acceptable”.
In the Muslim faith, dogs are deemed to be spiritually “unclean”. But banning them from touching passengers would severely restrict their ability to do their job.
The report follows trials of station security measures in …

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Libya Deja Vu: Arming Syrian Rebels Likely to Usher in al Qaeda
  27 May 2013     1:16 pm      Rachel Alexander

Syria has been at civil war for the past two years, raging between Sunni rebels and hardline President Bashar al-Assad’s Shiite-controlled government. More than 70,000 Syrians have been killed since March 2011, with millions more displaced. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Democratic chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, offered legislation earlier this month to allow the U.S. to provide arms to the Syrian opposition. Menendez’s legislation includes $250 million for transitioning the government.

The U.S. is already supplying the Syrian rebels with food and medicine. In April, the U.S. started providing the …

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Sigh: Now A Warmist Blames The War On Terror For Climate Change
  25 May 2013     9:06 am      William Teach

Warmists really can’t help themselves, blaming everything for “climate change” (and everything that happens on climate change). Here’s another wacko (via Climate Depot)
(Pakistan Today…or, is that, as (NMP) Obama says “Pock-eeeeeee-stan”?) Former Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) director general (DG) Qamaruz Zaman Chaudhry on Thursday said climate change was on the rise due to war on terror.
The former DG, who also holds the position of vice president of the World Metrological Organisation (WMO), said climate change was taking place after war on terror rapidly.
He said that due to excessive usage of …

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In “Squirrel!” Speech, Obama Urges End To Global War On Terrorism
  24 May 2013     6:41 am      William Teach

Not that he really it calls it that. If you remember, his administration changed it to “overseas contingency” early on. And while the NY Times says that this “was the most important statement on counterterrorism policy since the 2001 attacks, a momentous turning point in post-9/11 America”, there are two issues, the first being that Obama has expanded the use of attacks on Jihadis across the Middle East and North Africa more than President Bush ever did, and seems to revel in his power (why else would he personally pick …

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A hapless journey’s end
  30 Apr 2013     3:00 pm      Josh Bernstein

What happened in Boston last week was truly a tragedy. Two Muslim brothers detonated two bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Unless you have been living in a cave or under a rock somewhere you already know what happened. The sad fact is the Obama Administration, The FBI, and the entire Intelligence Community failed to protect the American people. Three people died and over 175 were injured by two brothers practicing their religion of peace.
Throughout history people of all different faiths have killed each other in the …

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  25 Apr 2013     2:07 pm      John Hawkins

Back in August of 2012, Barack Obama said,
“We have been very clear to the Assad regime, but also to other players on the ground, that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. That would change my calculus. That would change my equation…We’re monitoring that situation very carefully. We have put together a range of contingency plans.”

Well, that red line has now been crossed.
The British, French, and Israelis are all saying that Syria has used chemical weapons and …

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Tom Brokaw Blames America for Boston Terror
  22 Apr 2013     2:02 pm      Dave Blount

Tom Brokaw — the liberal elitist who triumphantly crowed “Take this!” at Obama’s first inauguration — weighs in regarding Islam’s latest major attack on the American homeland:
Former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw strongly suggested Sunday that America is partly to blame for the gruesome terrorists attacks in Boston, because the young, Muslim men involved may have felt “alienated” and angry over U.S. drone strikes on “innocent civilians” in Muslim countries abroad.
Would Brokaw also sympathize with Timothy McVeigh, who felt alienated and angry over Janet Reno’s massacre at Waco? Unlikely. The …

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700 Retired Spec Ops Ask House To Do Full Investigation Into Benghazi
  8 Apr 2013     6:55 am      William Teach

Unsurprisingly, most of the legacy media have ignored this. Now, if it was 2 people complaining about a mildly religious piece of art in a school, it would be huge news
(Breitbart) Seven hundred retired Military Special Operations professionals from the organization “Special Operations Speaks” sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging members to support H.Res 36, which will create a House Select Committee to investigate last September’s deadly terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.
“It appears that many of the facts and details surrounding the terrorist attack which resulted in …

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A North Korean Nuclear EMP Attack Could Destroy The United States
  5 Apr 2013     3:38 am      John Hawkins

Imagine North Korea launching a nuclear weapon and having it go off 200 miles over the United States. It would initially seem as if we had dodged a bullet. After all, can you imagine having a city like Los Angeles or Houston hit with a nuke? Millions would die, the economic losses would reach into the trillions and it would be years, if not decades before the city could be rebuilt and reinhabited.
However ultimately, that nuclear weapon going off above the United States would be EVEN WORSE. How can …

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