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niac

A couple weeks ago, I testified before the House Financial Services Committee about the $1.7 billion in cash payments the Obama administration gave Iran (and,...
terrorism

Over at the Washington Free Beacon, Bill Gertz has an important column on why the FBI has failed to preempt recent high profile terrorist attacks...

The terror attacks this weekend in New York and St. Cloud, Minnesota have this in common with San Bernardino, Orlando, and Boston: They were the...
terrorism

The conventional wisdom has become that, as this Slate article argues, "there's no good way to prevent these attacks." These, being the kind of terrorist...
terrorism

September 17, 2016, might have been looked on as the start of one of the most sophisticated domestic terrorism campaigns since the September 11th attacks....
terrorists

Listen to either of our two leading presidential candidates talk about terrorism and you quickly learn one thing: Neither one really has any notion what...
terrorism

On Saturday, a series of terrorist events cut through the clutter and focused the public mind on the threat of mass violence from sources both...
terror

Today, Americans will mark the 15th anniversary of Al Qaeda’s terrorist attacks on New York, Washington, DC, and over the skies of Pennsylvania. Those attacks...
Egypt

On Sunday, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said something painfully obvious to any fair-minded person. When asked by an Egyptian high school student at an...
ransom

It took months of probing but after numerous embarrassing non-answers to questions, last week the State Department finally owned up to the truth about Iran’s...
ISIS

There’s a lot to unpack in Donald Trump’s simplistic foreign policy speech delivered today in Youngstown, Ohio. The teleprompter from which he read much of...
Iran

It wasn’t exactly a secret up until now. But today’s report in the Wall Street Journal detailing how the Obama administration shipped $400 million to...