Foreign/Defense Policy

What Is Private, What Is Not: The national security of the U.S. justifies the collection of “metadata”

By The Editor

Two con, two pro — four articles regarding the TSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: By disclosing these highly classified national security programs to the foreign media, Edward Snowden effectively appointed himself to the United States Congress, Presidency and Supreme Court — and made himself the arbiter of all things constitutional. […]

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D-Day plus 69 years

By John Biver

Rush Limbaugh recently visited Normandy and spoke about his experience — it’s posted at his website. This was my post after my own visit five years ago. And here are the two great speeches…

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Looking Back — and Forward

Looking Back — and Forward

By John Biver

Another excellent column from Thomas Sowell: A hundred years ago, anyone who might have predicted in 1913 the monumental, man-made catastrophes that would occur in the rest of the 20th century would have been…

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Rescue requests denied in Libya attack

By The Editor

As the Benghazi hearings continue on Capitol Hill here are four recent posts, the first one is from Michelle Malkin: Operation Smear Benghazi Whistleblowers It’s on. As the White House grapples with a growing…

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