With the next 9/11 or Pearl Harbor likely coming by way of crippling cyber-attacks, the Department of Defense ought to be committed to protect us from this threat. Yet incredibly, in some ways, it seems policy makers are going in the opposite direction.
After seven years of virtual judo to block Mr. Obama’s signature issue on national security, Congress must stand tough now. Why? Because transferring Gitmo detainees to the U.S. mainland would be a public safety nightmare.
They courageously fought and died to protect our nation — despite its flaws. So I wonder what they’d think of Beyoncé’s Superbowl 50 stunt honoring the Black Panthers? And what about today’s Black Lives Matter, a.k.a. the BLM movement?
J.D. Gordon, former Defense Department spokesman and Fred Fleitz, former CIA analyst, discuss the release of Americans by Iran. One American was not included in the deal and his family wants to know why.
In the grand scheme of things, Hollywood’s biggest annual event is primarily an exercise in limousine liberal self-adulation and mutual back-slapping, awarding themselves for the most riveting progressive-themed propaganda films. And usually while doing the opposite in real life.
As the FBI expands its probe of Hillary Clinton beyond server-gate to public corruption, they might want to investigate her ties to an alleged Islamist cult that has reportedly given her up to $1 million in political donations
The FBI has been investigating numerous Gülen-linked schools for various allegations of improper use of public financing, while their shady immigration, contracting and salary practices for thousands of imported young male teachers have also raised questions in local communities.
With so many micro-aggressions in the air, how can the aggrieved masses in college bear all that pain and suffering? Can they even survive their university experience? Well, as the radical left surges on campus, here’s one institution that might not: ROTC.
What irony. Despite violent jihad sweeping the planet, President Obama is busily preparing another push to close Guantanamo, perhaps even by executive action. So it’s the perfect time to discuss his little secrets:
While Ahmed Mohamed wraps up his 15 minutes of fame as the family relocates to Qatar, it’s important to consider lessons learned for stopping copycats. After all, the next kid might really have a bomb.
Many activists view Islam as an alternative way of life in a primarily Judeo-Christian country. And a way to “fight the power,” to borrow a phrase from Public Enemy. That’s because Islam has challenged Judaism and Christianity for most of its existence.
I just watched the 2012 film “Dream Team 1935” which sends a powerful message. It’s the true story about Latvia’s national team, a scrappy, underfunded longshot which won the first ever European Championship in Geneva that year.
Since Mr. Obama remains determined to “transform America,” it’s conceivable that he’ll sign on the dotted line, shutter Gitmo and return it to Cuba — even if it’s during the last days of his presidency to escape the likelihood of impeachment which takes months.
Al-Shabaab names Mall of America as its target. J.D. Gordon joined Clayton Morris in the studio on Fox & Friends Weekend to discuss the threat to America, as well as the war time strategy against ISIS.