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December 9, 2008

Pakistan Acts Against The Terrorists

Aggregated from: Desicritics Category: Politics: US

After the devastating attacks in Mumbai late November 2008, the pressure on Pakistan escalated tremendously. For the last two decades, Pakistan has been using the policy of sponsoring terrorists (not only Pakistan, since after the Russian invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, Pakistan along with the US a...

Muslim Violence and America

Aggregated from: PoliGazette

MPACUK, a British Muslim “empowerment system” according to its web site, says that it will no longer apologize for the acts of Islamic terrorists.  This video, MPACUK says, explains why Muslims have turned to violence against their “executioners”: Quite a lot of build ...

Après la deluge: Bill Ayers gives his side of the story

Aggregated from: England for Obama

“Unrepentant terrorist” William Ayers has finally spoken out. And guess what - he’s neither unrepentant, nor a terrorist. More of a repentant vandal. You can read his full piece in the New York Times here - but here’s a highlight: “With the mainstream news media and the...

O.J. Ayers

Aggregated from: IraqPundit

William Ayers has a piece in the NYT today in which he responds to accusations during the election campaign. He says he is nothing like the image presented by the media and the bloggers and "the character invented to serve this drama wasn’t me, not even close."IraqPundit was one of the blogs ...

Bomber Bill Is Factually Challenged

Aggregated from: PoliGazette

That’s PC-speak (aka ‘Newspeak’) for saying William Ayers’ Op-Ed piece in the New York Times is a steaming pile of crap.  Or, in plain English, self serving lies. Ayers would like us all to know that he’s just a nice tweedy academic who was a bit intemperate in his y...

December 4, 2008

Democrats Evolve Stance on Terrorist Interrogations

Aggregated from: PoliGazette

Glenn Greenwald reports the inevitable: Democrats’ attitude about harsh interrogation techniques has changed now that their man has been elected and is about to assume responsibility for the continued security of the free world.  It’s an unenviable job in many respects, in particula...

Immigration on Colbertnation

Aggregated from: VivirLatino

Stephen Colbert does in depth reporting on the 'radical web of terror' that exists on our nations borders: .cc_box a:hover .cc_home{background:url('http://www.comedycentral.com/comedycentral/video/assets/syndicated-logo-over.png') !important;}.cc_links a{color:#b9b9b9;text-decoration:none;}.cc_show...

Now everyone can monitor the Mexican border, Big Think

Aggregated from: open Democracy News Analysis - USA

Texans are taking their cues from Londoners these days with the establishment of a CCTV-based surveillance program for monitoring the US-Mexico border. A public-private initiative between the Texas Border Sheriff’s Coalition and the digital surveillance program Blue Servo, the program has er...

Watch live: Obama introduces national security team, including Clinton as Secretary of State

Aggregated from: England for Obama

Live from Chicago, folks, for one afternoon only: *Update* Here’s the press conference now it’s over: And here’s the who’s who: Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, Robert Gates as Secretary of Defence, Eric Holder as Attorney General, Marine Gen. James Jones as White Hou...

A Good Sign

Aggregated from: SuperFrenchie

Couldn’t be more pleased by Obama’s selection of General James Jones to serve as the U.S. National Security Adviser. The guy grew up in France, and, at the height of the 2003 anti-French hysteria, he gave the following interview to Newsweek’s Christopher Dickey: DICKEY: What do you...