A conservative military watchdog is not surprised by some recent comments the secretary of defense made related to sexual assaults in the military.
A district judge ruled that ads posted on New York City buses and subways reading, “Killing Jews is worship that draws us close to Allah,” are acceptable under First Amendment protections.
A terrorism expert believes President Obama had no choice but to take responsibility for the tragic drone strike on a terrorist compound that took the lives of two humanitarian workers being held captive by al-Qaida.
A pro-immigration enforcement advocate says he can't understand why the Left seems untroubled by reports of an ISIS terrorist cell on the U.S. border.
A national defense analyst says there's no need to place women into direct combat units just to bow to political correctness.
President Barack Obama’s collaboration with Iran to set up a deal regarding its nuclear program has been called “absurd” by an official who worked under the Clinton administration.
In response to a government watchdog report exposing the presence of an ISIS training camp on the Mexican side of the Texas border, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is collaborating with officials from Ciudad Juarez to come up with a “press strategy.”
A national defense analyst is pleased that military victims of the 2009 Ft. Hood terrorist attack will finally receive benefits they have been denied for so many years.
A public-interest group is very concerned about what's going on at a terrorist camp just inside Mexico, not far from a major U.S. Army installation.
A national defense analyst is dismissing the fears of "conspiracy theorists" that a large-scale military exercise planned for this summer is part of a government plot to impose martial law.
A Cuban-born author and anti-Castro activist says President Obama's decision to remove Cuba from America's terrorist list will fail to benefit the United States.
An attorney and columnist says the contrast in responses to Islamic terrorism reveals the Obama administration's "deeply problematic policy."
A Cuban-born, anti-communist activist is not surprised that President Obama may remove Cuba from America's terrorist list.
Yesterday's announcement that the U.S. had agreed to a framework on a nuclear deal with Iran came as Speaker of the House John Boehner was wrapping up a visit to the Middle East. Boehner and other conservative voices have a lot of concern over any deal struck with Iran. One even expects Israel to make a military move against Iran – soon.
Some members of the U.S. Congress have come to the defense of an embattled U.S. Navy chaplain with a decorated career of service.
President Barack Obama is being called out for dishonoring the United States of America by trading five Islamic terrorists for a known military deserter, former U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl.