Boko Haram

“We” Aren’t Responsible for Solving the World’s Problems

Does the UN's Gordon Brown really believe that the Islamist terrorists of Boko Haram would have stopped if confronted by cameras, gates, and guards, let alone an international declaration? The group has prospered by defeating Nigeria’s security forces in combat. What’s going on in Nigeria and in so many other war-ravaged states is tragic, however, Brown and others like him should bring their ambitions back to earth.

Boko Haram pledges allegiance to ISIS

Nima Elbagir, Paul Cruickshank and Mohammed Tawfeeq, CNN

The JV opens a branch in Africa as Boko Haram, the Nigeria-based Islamist terror group, has pledged allegiance to ISIS, according to an audio message purported to be from Boko Haram's leader, Abubakar Shekau.

FRANK GAFFNEY: Congress Should Declare War On Sharia, Not Islamic State

Those who adhere to and seek to impose, whether through violence or by stealth, brutally repressive, totalitarian, misogynistic, homophobic, intolerant and anti-constitutional shariah on others – have made no secret of their determination to conquer and destroy us and the rest of the civilized world.

The Bergdahl Trade’s Greatest Damage

As the media readily promotes the line that Bowe Bergdahl left his post because America is the oppressor in Afghanistan, the misogynistic Hell that the Taliban made is conveniently forgotten – replaced by Bergdahl’s strange identification with the enemy.

Nigerians, Not Washington, Must End Terrorism in Nigeria

Only Nigerians can find a way to simultaneously defeat a terrorist organization which kills more indiscriminately than al-Qaeda and reform a political system which seems to guarantee failure.

Nigerian People Must Liberate Their Land, End Political Failure, Open Greater Economic Potential

Orji Uzor Kalu, a potential presidential candidate in Nigeria says “The more the economy goes out of government to the private sector the better it will be for the economy” and to release the country's vast economic potential he “would like to see small government and big enterprise.”