• December 4, 2021

We May Have Left Afghanistan, Mr. President, But We Are

by Pete Hoekstra Investigative Project on Terrorism September 23, 2021 This article originally was published by the Gatestone Institute. I never liked that term, “war on terror.” Terrorism is a tactic; it is not the enemy we fought every day. The term has done more to confuse us than enlighten us. [O]ne can see why the phrase […]Read More

Biden grooms Harris as top surrogate with public displays of

by Rob Crilly, White House Correspondent  | March 19, 2021 When President Biden meets Asian American families in Atlanta Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris will be at his side — just as she was throughout Thursday in the Oval Office to receive the president’s daily intelligence briefing, followed by an update on the COVID-19 response, the weekly economic […]Read More

Badass Freshman Congresswoman Makes Powerful Video Slamming Democrat’s Wall Around

MUST WATCH: Republican Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert calls on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to “tear down” security fencing around the Capitol in a new ad. 100 Percent Fed Up – Miles of fencing was placed around the Capitol and thousands of National Guard troops were deployed to guard the surrounding area after the Jan. 6 riot, but now, lawmakers, D.C. residents, and the Capitol Police oversight board […]Read More

How to hate: Left gives free lessons

By Don Frost             From “Webster’s New World Dictionary,” “liberal” defined, 5th definition: “. . . tolerant of views differing from one’s own; broad-minded; specif., not orthodox . . .”             Rush Limbaugh, the long-time conservative commentator, has died, sparking an outpouring of pure hatred from “liberals” who could not tolerate his views, which differed […]Read More

New Data Shows Outsized Islamist Terrorist Threat in Europe-Coming to

Investigative Project on Terrorism News February 19, 2021 Authorities in Denmark and Germany arrested 14 suspected Islamists earlier this month for plotting a terrorist attack, likely in Europe. The suspects, who include three Syrian brothers, are accused of acquiring firearms and several kilograms of chemicals used for manufacturing explosives, Denmark’s security and intelligence service said […]Read More

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