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2012 (By Year)

    • Dec. 26

      A member of the Senate Armed Services Committee is pleased that the Senate has agreed to support a vital and proven Israeli anti-missile defense system in the Defense Authorization bill.

    • Dec. 20

      An anti-Christian organization is demanding that the U.S. Military Academy stop allowing cadets to pray during official events. But according to a former Navy chaplain, that would be a violation of the First Amendment.

    • Dec. 17

      A member of the Senate Armed Services Committee says Syrian strongman Bashar Assad must go.

    • Dec. 13

      A U.S.-born Israeli author and terrorism expert is questioning the recent decision by the Obama administration to give 20 state-of-the-art F-16 fighters to Mohammad Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt.

    • Dec. 10

      The head of a grassroots national defense advocacy organization says the "Arab Spring" may unfortunately be coming to Jordan.

    • Dec. 07

      A national defense analyst and Pentagon advisor does not believe supporting Syria's rebels to overthrow President Bashar Assad is going to help the Syrian people.

    • Dec. 06

      A national defense analyst and Pentagon advisor warns that America could be embroiled in a major conflict if it follows through on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's pledge to take action if Syria crosses a "red line" on chemical weapons.

    • Nov. 30

      A retired Army chaplain and expert on the Middle East says it is a mistake for Israel to continually agree to cease-fires whenever Palestinian terrorists launch rocket attacks against innocent Israelis.

    • Nov. 30

      A scholar and expert on European policy feels it's unfortunate that countries like Great Britain and Germany opted to abstain from voting on the Palestinian state resolution last week at the United Nations.

    • Nov. 29

      A conservative leader says the world shouldn't be surprised that Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi -- a product of the Muslim Brotherhood -- is moving towards dictatorial rule.

    • Nov. 29

      A non-partisan, free-market organization says it's time to get real about spending, particularly when it comes to the Department of Defense.

    • Nov. 28

      A conservative military watchdog doesn't think the ACLU should be shoving its far-left-wing agenda on the nation's military because it compromises national security.

    • Nov. 28

      The majority of UN countries have voted to back the creation of a Palestinian state.

    • Nov. 27

      The leader of a Messianic Jewish ministry says Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi is not someone who should be trusted to broker peace in the Middle East.

    • Nov. 26

      In light of the recent arrests of four men charged with plotting to kill Americans and planning to blow up U.S. military bases, one expert says the rise in homegrown terrorism is evident.

    • Nov. 21

      While it may appear diplomacy talks in the Israeli-Hamas flare-up are balanced, a conservative commentator says Israel, in particular, is feeling a lot of pressure from the White House.