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2008 (By Year)
Terrorists Taking Advantage of Lax Immigration Laws
A lebanese born Christian woman is trying to warn fellow Americans that Muslims are taking advantage of lax U.S. immigration laws to infiltrate the country.
State Department 'Not Doing Enough' About Iran
A best-selling author and columnist doesn't think the State Department is doing enough to bring about regime change in Iran even though Congress recently passed a bill that provides funds for such a course of action.
Retired Military Officers Support 'Gays' in Armed Forces
A conservative military watchdog says she's not surprised that more than a dozen senior retired military officers are supporting homosexual activists' attempts to overturn the military's ban on homosexuals.
Protests Target Chinese Treatment of North Koreans
Human rights activists will gather at Chinese embassies and consulates Saturday to protest the treatment of North Korean refugees by the Chinese government.
Frank Wants Military Ban on Homosexuals Repealed
A Michigan-based military watchdog says she is not surprised that openly-homosexual Congressman Barney Frank intends to reintroduce legislation to repeal the ban on homosexuals in the military.
Opponents of Communist China May Have New Ally
An activist dedicated to freeing mainland China says there could be a huge fight brewing among Democrats about what course of action to take in dealing with the Communist nation. Anti-communists may have a surprising ally.
General: Iraqis Can't Take Over Securty by June 2007
A U.S. Army general who recently commanded troops in Iraq says it is unrealistic to believe that the Iraqis will be ready to take full control of their own security by June of 2007, as recently expressed by their prime minister.
Military Expert Questions Iraqi Security Agreements
A retired U.S. Army officer and military advisor says the Iraqi government lacks confidence in the United States' long term military commitment to the region, abd believes that's why the Iraqis have signed security agreements with their Muslim neighbors.
Gregg Urges Bush to Adopt Iraq Study Group Report
A Republican Senator is urging the Bush Administration to use the Baker-Hamilton Commission's report as a blueprint for U.S. strategy in Iraq.
Jihad Watch Director Says Let Iraqis Fight Each Other
An Islamic terrorism expert believes the United States should stop trying to squelch sectarian violence in Iraq, and let the Sunnis and Shiites work out their own disputes.
General Says Army Recruitment and Retention is High
A U.S. Army general who commanded troops in Iraq says that, despite the continual deployments to places like Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army is meeting its recruiting and retention goals.
Cornyn: ISG Report One of Many Bush Will Consider
A Republican leader in the Senate says the Iraq Study Group report is just one of several the president and his advisors will consider to improve U.S. strategy in Iraq.
Communist Party Uses Chinese TV to 'Justify Existence'
A pro-democracy activist says a documentary currently being aired in China is nothing more than an effort by the Communist Party to justify it's continued existence to the Chinese people.
Former Muslim Urges Religious Immigration Restrictions
An Egyptian born author says the United States is asking for trouble if it does not take steps to drastically restrict immigration from terrorist-harboring Islamic countries.
Expert Says Israeli Admission of Nuclear Capability a Mistake
A Middle East expert and best selling author believes Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert made a huge blunder by confirming what many people have long suspected: the Jewish state does have nuclear weapons.
Maginnis Rejects Iraq Study Group Report as Nothing New
One the nation's top military analysts is rejecting the Iraq Study Group report, saying the document contains no suggestions that have not already been studied and rejected by Pentagon planners.
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