Tag Archives: war on terror

Listening To Mancow Is Torture…Listening To Obama Sound Like Bush Is Worse

This past week we saw some interesting developments on the Guantanamo Bay and torture fronts. Former Vice President Dick Cheney and President Barack Obama delivered speeches on the current approach to dealing with terrorism suspects. One of the few things libertarians thought they could look forward to under an Obama administration, other than a leader who could speak English, was…

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Obama Attempts To Undercut Iraq Success

(Can someone please Barack he’s not the President… – promoted by Cool Cal) In what can only be described as a self serving plot to secure his own presidential victory , Barack Obama pleaded with Iraqi government officials to delay U.S. troop withdrawals until after the November elections. Today’s New York Post reports: While campaigning in public for a…

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The issue that matters above all else

For some time I’ve been thinking that perhaps the War on Terror hasn’t receded into the back of the nation’s collective memory. The demise of Giuliani and the success of the surge (if we are to believe it has legs) signaled a belief that the nation wants to move beyond 9/11 and, in turn, beyond the War in Iraq.  It…

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Change in jihad tactics

Anyone else find it significant that the Fort Dix Six allegedly targeted an American military base — as opposed to American civilians? Whether the suspected terrorists would have carried out their plot had the feds not intervened is impossible to know, but it’s hardly a stretch to surmise that the plotters would have encountered much less resistance — and firepower…

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