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2012 (By Year)
Obama's plan will 'gut force structure'
A retired Army officer and national defense expert thinks President Obama's latest defense strategy is dangerous because it will leave the U.S. with far fewer resources to deal with threats from around the world.
Maginnis: Don't play patsy with the border
National defense analyst Bob Maginnis believes things have deteriorated so much in Mexico that the U.S. needs to deploy 100,000 combat troops along the southern border to keep the problem from spilling over.
Iran's saber-rattling over Hormuz
Terrorism expert Walid Shoebat doesn't think Iran would hesitate to attempt to shut down a very important Middle Eastern waterway in response to continued sanctions from the West.
Activist: Gov't hush-hush on 'atrocities' by illegals
An immigration enforcement activist is outraged that President Obama's lax immigration enforcement led to the brutal murder of three people by an illegal alien suspect.
AZ governor: Obama 'pretty thin-skinned'
An immigration reform activist says Arizona Governor Jan Brewer had every right to be upset with President Obama during this week's incident at the Phoenix airport -- an incident that caused the governor to describe the president as "pretty thin-skinned." Mr. and Mrs. Cranky Pants(Related commentary by Michelle Malkin)
Palestinian disunity good for Israel
The head of a worldwide pro-Israel Christian ministry says no one should be surprised that a lack of unity between rival factions has resulted in a cancellation of Palestinian elections.
A 'collision course' with Iran
An expert on the Middle East says he believes the window of opportunity is closing for Israel to launch an attack against Iran's nuclear sites.
Protecting service members' religious freedom
A coalition of military chaplain endorsers is supporting a recently introduced bill that would protect chaplains and other members of the armed forces from being targets of discrimination because they oppose homosexuality.
Women moving closer to front lines?
A conservative military watchdog does not think it is a good idea for the Pentagon to allow women to serve closer to the front lines.
What Israeli attack would mean for U.S.
Bob Maginnis thinks the United States will be targeted by Iran if Israel launches a pre-emptive strike against Iranian nuclear sites this spring. Story contains results from Monday's poll
Israel successfully tests missile defense system
Israel says it has successfully tested an upgraded radar for the Arrow missile defense system, developed with the United States and designed to intercept projectiles that might be fired at the Jewish state from Iran. Unwarranted attacks against Israel
Miracles vs. God's work
A member of the Senate Armed Services Committee is joining other lawmakers in urging the Air Force to reverse a decision to strike a reference to God from a unit patch.
Analyst: Obama's agenda more important than U.S. security
A retired Army officer and national defense expert thinks President Obama's proposal to reduce America's nuclear arsenal by up to 80 percent is driven by political ideology -- not sound defense needs.
Defector: Regime change the answer to a nuclear Iran
A former member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard who spied on the regime for the CIA says any Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear sites would be problematical, if there is no effort to assist the Iranian people in overthrowing the regime.
The two sides of the Palestinian persona
A group that monitors the Palestinian media is warning about messages that are intentionally conflicting -- one in English and one in Arabic.
Israeli soldier hoping for peace
An Israeli soldier hopes an ongoing speaking tour will encourage healthy debate in churches, universities, and synagogues about the Israel-Arab conflict.
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