national security

ISIS Vote to Interrupt Campaign Season?

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

Repubs. would be willing to return to Congress and debate a broad measure authorizing the president to take military action in the Middle East, a GOP lawmaker said Tues.

Obama’s Culture of Lies Now Infects Secret Service

We think the White House fence jumper incident reveals much more about the Obama administration’s culture of lies, lawlessness and corruption, than it does about the failures of security at the White House.

Conservatives: Demand That GOP Senate Candidates Campaign On National Security

Republican Senate candidates following the national GOP’s “prevent defense” strategy have been strangely silent on the winning issue of "security." Here's how you can help push the GOP into campaigning on this winning issue and advance important conservative policy goals in the process.

Obama Allowing Illegals to Join US Military

Greg Campbell, Tea Party News Network

As the country focused on the resignation of Eric Holder, the most lawless A.G. this nation has ever seen, Obama quietly issued an executive order to allow illegal immigrants to join the U.S. military.

Viguerie to NewsMax: Republicans Are Clueless; Here's How We Win

Watch this video to hear outspoken conservative commentator, ConservativeHQ.com chairman, and author of “Takeover” Richard Viguerie blast the national GOP leadership for not nationalizing the '14 midterm elections and being too soft in their rhetoric about Obama and the Dems. Viguerie outlines what conservatives can do to lead.

VIGUERIE: REPUBS. ARE "CLUELESS;" MUST NATIONALIZE ELECTION

NewsMax TV

Watch this video to hear outspoken conservative commentator and author of “Takeover” Richard Viguerie blast the national GOP leadership for not nationalizing the '14 midterm elections and being too soft in their rhetoric about Obama and the Dems. Viguerie outlines what conservatives can do to lead.

Where are Other GOP Senate Candidates on Immigration and National Security?

Scott Brown is hammering his Democratic opponent on immigration and national security, and surging, while other Republican Senate candidates are running on their resumes, avoiding immigration and national security, and lagging.

Inhofe: ISIS Rapidly Developing A Method of Blowing Up Major US City

Breitbart TV

Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), the highest-ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, told Oklahoma City FOX affiliate KOKH 25 that because of the threat of groups like ISIS “we're in the most dangerous position we've ever been in as a nation.” 

Security Expert: America Switched Sides In The War On Terror During Benghazi

Ginni Thomas, Daily Caller

The Center for Security Policy's Clare Lopez says that very few have seemed to care that America switched sides in the global war on terror when Obama deposed an erstwhile ally in the Middle East & provided weapons to al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Obama Discovers Own Nat'l Security Policy

Streiff, Red State

His policy is that he doesn't have a policy. This is a failed and intellectually and morally bankrupt administration. Not only did it renounce national security policy as it existed under President Bush  but it seems to have only now decided to half-halfheartedly adhere to its own.

Obama Giving Up America’s Digital Sovereignty

If Republicans and free speech advocates allow the Obama plan to end the U.S. government relationship with ICANN to go forward it will remove American constitutional protections from what is arguably the last free place on Earth.

O’s Aim to Cut Nukes is Too Risky

Michaela Dodge, Heritage Foundation

Obama’s call for cuts in deployed nuclear weapons with Russia is rash and weakens national security.

Civil Liberties: A GOP Civil War?

W. James Antle III, American Conservative

As Repubs reject Obama's national-security state, neocons target the party's libertarian wing.

NSA Leaker Edward Snowden IS A Traitor

Edward Snowden should have worked within our constitutional system of government, and if he had a legitimate concern about the conduct of the NSA, turned those concerns over to Congress, which has oversight responsibility for the NSA, and let those charged by the Constitution (such as Senators Rand Paul, Ron Wyden and Mark Udall) put a stop to any extra-legal actions on the part of the government.