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Activist: Absurd for Napolitano to advise on border security
The head of a grassroots immigration reform organization says it's "ludicrous" that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano recently made a surprise visit to Afghanistan to advise Afghans about border security.
ALIPAC: Napolitano must go
The head of a grassroots immigration reform organization is again calling for the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
The future for a post-war Iraq
Terrorism expert Walid Shoebat isn't optimistic about Iraq if President Obama grants that government's request to pull all U.S. troops out of the country by the end of this year.
Out of Iraq by 2012
A senior Army strategist believes recent events in Iraq will compel President Obama to remove virtually all U.S. military forces from that country by the end of this year.
Maginnis: Homosexual soldiers a security risk
National defense analyst Bob Maginnis suggests the Army private accused of giving classified documents to an online whistleblower was already a security risk because of his alleged lifestyle.
Problems with women in close combat
Military readiness watchdog Elaine Donnelly says the playing field isn't level for women who want to serve in direct front-line combat units.
Military under the gun of LGBT activists
A Christian attorney Matt Barber says the radical "transgender" activists' push for clearance to serve in the military could awaken America to the dangers of allowing people living alternate lifestyles to wear the uniform. Story contains results from Friday's poll
Misleading video, inaccurate conclusion
An immigration reform activist says a recently released video of two women scaling a border fence in less than 18 seconds is misleading.
Freshmen get 'straightforward' info on terrorism
A team of experts recently briefed the freshman members of Congress on issues concerning foreign policy and national security to educate the new leaders about the real threats of terrorism.
Putin's promise, Russia's clamp-down
Senior army strategist Bob Maginnis says it will be impossible for the Russian government to completely clamp down on Islamic terrorism, despite a vow by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin for retribution.
Prayer for country in turmoil
A Kansas attorney with a special connection to Egypt says she's been in contact with friends and associates since the protests there broke out Friday.
Iran, Egypt - déjà vu?
An Israeli author who has been monitoring events in Egypt believes the world is going to see a repeat of the Iranian revolution that took place during the Jimmy Carter administration.
An advocate for military readiness says the Army must be more diligent in heeding the warning signs of service members who may be mentally unfit for duty.
How about the rights of Christians in military?
A former Navy chaplain has launched a petition drive aimed at defending military chaplains and Christian troops from persecution by proponents of homosexuality. Story contains results from Tuesday's poll
Coptic Christian: Muslims not to be trusted
A Coptic Christian in the U.S. is speaking out about the uprising in Egypt, sounding an ominous warning for those who might trust the Muslims in that area of the world.
Muslim Brotherhood in U.S. = 'fox inside the hen house'
Despite President Barack Obama's optimism about post-Mubarak Egypt, terrorism expert Brigitte Gabriel says the Muslim Brotherhood is committed to imposing sharia law on Egypt and across the globe.
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