The United States has in significant ways fallen behind the rest of the world in combating jihad and the ideology which inspires it.
To Understand U.S. Response to Taliban, Look at Syria and Libya
The establishment, having failed to win a counterinsurgency abroad and a culture war at home, opted to export the culture war and import the counterinsurgency.
U.S. lawmakers are not serious. They have traded stewardship and public service for publicity stunts and theatrics.
Republican lawmakers were right to be skeptical of Wray’s claim that the FBI is motivated to address all domestic terrorism threats equally.
We should reject calls by elites who have conducted a largely inept campaign of international counterterrorism to now use those tools on their domestic opponents.
This legislation is less about securing Americans from domestic terrorism, and more about propagandizing a dangerous narrative and enforcing a political bias in our counterterrorism efforts.
Congress isn’t where the power is. To truly “back the blue” Americans must be active in their local communities 24/7.
It would be irrational to assume that terrorists will not attempt to duplicate the results they have observed during the current crisis. If we are to prevent such threats, we must learn as well.
American taxpayers invest huge sums to develop the world’s leading capabilities in the field of cyberwarfare. Are we to believe that there should be no regulation for sophisticated intelligence techniques and cyberwarfare capabilities?
Meanwhile, let’s keep pretending Antifa doesn’t exist.
In designating the Russian Imperial Movement as a “terrorist organization” without designating the Muslim Brotherhood, the U.S. foreign policy bureaucracy has brushed aside all the objections raised over the years for blocking designation of the foreign-based Islamist terrorist support network.
Virginia State Delegate Ibraheem Samirah is the poster child for a new crop of Democratic politicians. He’s young, charismatic, and very progressive, with a history […]