In one of the largest organized marches in the history of the world, tens of millions of Shia Muslims made an incredibly heartening statement, by risking their lives to travel through war-stricken areas to openly defy ISIS.
Was it terror? Somali refugee student shot dead after mowing down Ohio State classmates with his car and slashing them with a butcher's knife - injuring eleven
The Russian Defense Ministry commented on the US State Department's calls not to help tankers shipping fuel to the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria. If Washington cannot or does not want to fight terrorists, it should not get in the way, the ministr
Star Witness in "Sleeper Cell" Case Blazed a Trail of Lies From Pakistan to California
The Infamous Post-9/11 "Sleeper Cell" Case in California Continues to Unravel
In an extraordinary abandonment of education ethics, the dominant teachers' union in San Francisco -- the United Educators of San Francisco -- has unleashed a "Lesson Plan on the November 2016 Election" that replaces education with the shockingly vil
Unclear How Vehicles Ended Up in Hezbollah's Hands
At least two persons were killed and more than two dozen injured in an overnight Taliban car bombing against German consulate in the Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif, local officials said on Friday.
Most humans with basic motor function skills agree that when it comes to Benghazi, Hillary Clinton and her State Department dropped the ball. In a well. Full of lava. Well, now it looks like they screwed up even worse than we thought. Hard to imagine
Do you know any Hillary Clinton supporters who naively think that the Great HRC will protect our country from ISIS?
Through its media centre the terror group said "have come to slaughter you and smash your ballot boxes" and has told Muslims not to cast a vote
As a former soldier and war correspondent who has covered 14 conflicts, I look at all the media hoopla over tightening siege of Mosul, Iraq and shake my head.
Was ISIS created and/or supported by the US and its allies to do the dirty work of "regime change" in Syria? Is that why it seems the US war on ISIS is proceeding at such a leisurely pace?
What's green, has four wheels, and brandishes a thermal optic gun? A brand new, ISIS-killing machine, called Al Robot (The Robot)--if you're in Iraq at least.
Think of it this way: If we didn't have scary things to fear - if politics operated on reason - our overlords couldn't get half the compliance they get now. That's why they market everything that matters to them through fear. Because, as I
"THE STRUGGLE FOR SYRIA," as Patrick Seale titled his 1965 classic, has escalated steadily since Britain seized the territory from Turkey in 1918. The British turned it over to France in 1920 and took it back from Vichy in 1942. Following nominal
As with most shadow government legislation, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act is packed with hidden surveillance allowances. CISA was quietly passed to allow government to demand that private companies hand over personal information to them a
Fifteen years ago yesterday, President George W. Bush signed the PATRIOT Act into law. It was said to be a necessary - and temporary - response to the terrorist attacks on 9/11. It has since become a permanent scar on the Fourth Amendment and the nat
Demonstrating their recent technological advancement, over the weekend Afghanistan's Taliban released drone footage showing a suicide bomber driving a Humvee into a police base in Helmand province and blowing it up this month.
If there is another terrorist attack on U.S. soil, this time because of the death and destruction that the U.S. government is wreaking in Yemen, I can already hear the laments and complaints of statist-Americans: "Oh my gosh, another terrorist atta
Three members of a Kansas militia group were charged Friday with plotting to bomb an apartment complex that's home to Somali immigrants in the western Kansas meatpacking town of Garden City, a thwarted attack prosecutors say was planned for the day a
The pro-jihadist "west" is doing its best to define the number of civilians in east-Aleppo up and the number of al-Qaeda fighters in the city down. If the current numbering trend continues there will be a no al-Qaeda fighters left in east-Aleppo even
In 2012, the FBI conducted a secret survey to determine the driving factors behind acts of homegrown terrorism. The results, recently viewed by the Intercept, reveal why extremists appear to hate the United States and the West so much they will kill
Can Strike Any Day. Iowa Governor Terry Branstad issued a warning on Monday saying that there are major Islamic terrorists in Iowa, who can strike any day.