Even if President Obama is compelled to send U.S. ground troops into Iraq and Syria to fight ISIS, an expert on terrorism doesn't think he would ever let them win.
A conservative military watchdog says a new White House plan that allows a limited number of young illegal immigrants to join the U.S. military could have the effect of "demoralizing" the troops.
A prominent Harvard law professor and author says he cannot understand why so many countries have pledged to fight against the ISIS terrorist threat but at the time condemn Israel for defending itself against Hamas.
A terrorism expert doubts that air strikes carried out this week against ISIS in Syria and Iraq will eradicate the terrorist group.
A former Navy chaplain who fights to defend religious freedom supports an Air Force decision that changes the requirements for oaths of service.
A prominent Harvard law professor and author says Israel has every right to go after Hamas terrorists who build deadly terror tunnels into the Israeli homeland.
A national defense analyst says he doubts that President Obama would be willing to commit ground troops to fight terrorist group ISIS despite a recent assessment from his top general.
President Barack Obama’s pledge to join Syrian rebels in their conflict against the Islamic State was viewed by many Democrats and Republicans on the House Floor last week as just another costly blunder by a commander-in-chief who has little idea of what he is getting into. This view was also corroborated by Middle East analysts.
A national defense analyst says the intent behind a thwarted terrorist plot in Australia was to retaliate against Prime Minister Tony Abbott's decision to allow his forces to participate in a campaign in Iraq against ISIS.
A retired U.S. Army chaplain and religious liberty advocate will voice his concerns before a Congressional panel tomorrow, September 19.
Recent comments by a Texas sheriff illustrate the worry and frustration that many Americans share about the porous U.S.-Mexico border.
Barack Obama doesn't have what it takes to defeat the Islamic State terrorist group – that's the opinion of national defense analyst Robert Maginnis.
A coalition of religious leaders and organizations is calling on the U.S. Secretary of Defense to ensure that service members have access to Bibles when staying in military lodging.
A book hitting the shelves this week is designed to help the average American understand the importance of political and economic stability in the Middle East.
An expert on the Middle East is criticizing President Obama's approach thus far against the Islamic State, saying it doesn't go far enough in confronting the militant group.
As Barack Obama prepares to divulge his plan this week to deal with the Islamic State jihadists, one Army Reserve captain, attorney, and fellow Harvard graduate believes that the president's words will be more suited for his Ivy League colleagues than terrorists.