Category Archives: Counter-Terrorism

Barack Obama’s Libya intel failure—Editorial – NYPOST.com

I’m pleased that the Obama Administration has come around to my conclusion that terrorists planned the assassination of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi, Libya. No one, however, has said that the alleged pretext for the Muslim protests was a … Continue reading

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Time for President Obama to call in ‘Jack Bauer’ – Updated 3X

The nation’s first black President faces a tough re-election. His opponent is  a telegenic but vapid, panderer to the religious right-wing. On the anniversary of the greatest terrorist attack on his nation, Muslims in the Arab world are incited to … Continue reading

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September 11 Memories

  Eleven years ago, it was primary day in New York. I was out campaigning for City Council and had no idea about the WTC incidents until voters at Concourse Village shared the unpleasant news. I remember standing with a … Continue reading

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Four More Years: Re-elect President Barack Obama

In eleven months Americans will go to polls to decide the economic and political future of our nation. As we approach Election Day, November 6, 2012, I will layout reasons why President Obama deserves re-election. Today, President Obama continued to … Continue reading

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Are you John Galt?

OWS, the Tea Party, Guy Fawkes, and John Galt I finally saw the film adaptation of Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged and my curiosity was piqued. The novel is championed by conservatives and libertarians as a defense of capitalism and … Continue reading

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Horn of Africa on the horns of a dilemma

An analysis of Kenya’s invasion of Somalia: (courtesy of Whitney Tilson) Although foreign nations are still playing mum…or dumb ( the US still insists they were taken by surprise by the Kenyan invasion), there clearly is a level of international coordination … Continue reading

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Obama sending American soldiers to Uganda to aid fight against Lord’s Resistance Army

Obama sending American soldiers to Uganda to aid fight against Lord’s Resistance Army. WASHINGTON – President Obama has deployed a small contingent of elite troops to aid Ugandan government forces battling a murderous insurgent group. The first troops departed for the Central African nation Wednesday, … Continue reading

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American Al-Qaida leader Anwar al-Awlaki killed

POLITICO: Anwar al-Awlaki, an American-born cleric and an alleged terror suspect with links to al Qaeda in Yemen, was killed today. Does the al-Awlaki hit – following the May 2011 takeout of Osama bin Laden – undercut charges by Republican … Continue reading

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