Iraq War

We Cannot Create a Safe Haven For Terrorists

By on September 8, 2021
We Cannot Create a Safe Haven For Terrorists

by JIM INHOFE

President Biden’s decision to withdraw from Afghanistan allows, and even accelerates, the nation returning to the conditions that permitted the 9/11 terrorist attack to happen in the first place.

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Measuring the Effectiveness of the War on Terror

By on September 8, 2021
Measuring the Effectiveness of the War on Terror

by CHRISTOPHER PREBLE

Are we eliminating more terrorists than are being created? Unfortunately, no one seems to know.

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Running on Iraq

By on November 16, 2015 with 0 Comments
Running on Iraq

by JOHN MCLAUGHLIN

All during the 2006 campaign, our Republican candidates for U.S. Senate, Congress and local offices knew that they were headed for the worst election for Republicans since Watergate.

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A Patient Enemy

By on October 19, 2015 with 0 Comments
A Patient Enemy

by WALID PHARES

On 9/11, American entered a war that the terrorists had already begun.

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A View From Abroad

By on October 14, 2015 with 0 Comments
A View From Abroad

by JAMES SODERHOLM

It is too late to walk or talk softly. The big stick—the enormous military might of the U.S.—bears its own ominous message, but the U.S. might try to promote its democratic ideals with more skill, conviction, and volume. Even the British, our most loyal consumers and faithful allies, are losing the faith, despite their relative appreciation of American businesses along their high streets.

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