Written by Andrew C. McCarthy
Representative Sensenbrenner does not appear to have read the law he "wrote."
Confronted with a few embarrassing assertions in his autobiography, pro-basketball legend Charles Barkley famously protested, “I was misquoted.” Apparently, Representative James Sensenbrenner knows the feeling. The ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Senator Rand Paul’s alliance with the ACLU, which opposes government surveillance of radical Muslims and other potential terrorists, is being defended by his Senate office. A spokesman told Accuracy in Media that “We will work with anybody that supports the following: The right of the people to be ...
Written by Frank Salvato
To say that there are items that present in the news each day that make me roll my eyes would be to under-state the fact in a dramatic way. But every now and again -- and it is beginning to happen with more frequency, much to the detriment of the forces lending themselves to common sense -- there ...
Written by J.D. Longstreet
The story is told that when Ben Franklin emerged from the Constitutional Convention an anxious lady asked him what kind of government they had given us. His famous reply was: “A republic, Madam… if you can keep it.” And, for the most part, we Americans have been trying to ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
WorldNetDaily quotesradio host Michael Savage as saying, “The NSA surveillance scandal is the biggest story of your lifetime,” that “whistleblower” Edward Snowden is “a patriot, not a traitor,” and that “They obviously weren’t spying on Muslims, or people known to have associated with terrorists.” ...
Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
I was wrong. When I first heard that Edward Snowden was exposing the NSA on PRISM, I thought, good… let it all come out. After all the scandals and crap Obama has been getting away with, like most of America, I wanted something to come out. To get some exposure for the bad guys. I was played.
Written by James Simpson
Frank Gaffney and the folks at the Center for Security Policy have been doing the Lord’s work bringing critical national security issues to public attention for 25 years. Since 1992, CSP has also presented an annual Freedom Flame Awardto individuals who personify the ideals of freedom, democracy, ...
Written by Joseph E. Schmitz
Monday morning, CBS News initially misreported that it “has unearthed documents from the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS), an internal watchdog agency, that implicate the State Department in a series of misconducts worldwide.” (Emphasis added.)
Written by Daniel Greenfield
The dominant struggle of the 20th Century was the attempt to reconcile the growth of industrial economies with the social welfare demands of the left. The various attempts to "Steal the Thunder" of the left by adopting its social programs led to horrors such as Nazism on the one hand and the growth ...