jihad in America

Congress Can Fight ISIS — Even if Obama Won't

Joseph E. Schmitz, NewsMax

Neutral terms such as “violent extremists” betray a willful blindness to our enemies. This blindness, according to Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War,” will gravely impede our ability to win wars, whether our enemies call themselves Islamic State, ISIS, al-Qaida, or the Muslim Brotherhood.

Obama's Dead Wrong About the Paris Attacks

Christopher Hull, US News & World Report

President Barack Obama would have you believe, "This is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share." But he's flat, dead wrong. All of humanity does not share Western values, or the Paris attack wouldn't have happened.

Using the Term ‘Terrorist’ to Describe Jihadis Aids and Abets Their Cause

Ben Weingarten, BenWeingarten.com

Terrorism is a tactic; the enemy properly defined consists of adherents to an Islamic supremacist, theopolitical ideology — that is, self-described jihadists. As others have noted, in World War II we did not refer to our enemy as “the blitzkrieg.”

GOP Leaders: Stop Bringing Jihad To America Or Be Complicit In The Bloodshed

This graphic image of the murdered victims of the jihadi attack on the Bataclan concert hall in Paris is real. As the entirely predictable story of the role of so-called Syrian refugees in the Paris attacks unfolds, the Capitol Hill Republican establishment can no longer act like they don’t understand the danger of bringing another jihadi attack to America that Obama's Muslim immigration policies pose. The ultimate test of the legitimacy of any government is whether or not it has the consent of the governed, and acts in their best interest. Republican leaders on Capitol Hill now face that test.

Bringing Jihad Home: Not One Single American ISIS Fighter's Passport Has Been Cancelled

In a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee, Rep Ron DeSantis (R-FL) asked Ambassador Robert Bradtke if the State Department has cancelled the passports of any U.S. citizens who have joined terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq. Bradtke verified that Secretary of State Kerry does have the authority to revoke passports, but because of “the importance for average Americans of the freedom to travel.  We would only do it also in consultations with law enforcement authorities and we have not yet had any requests from law enforcement authorities to cancel passports of ISIS or foreign fighters.” America's sheriffs and police chiefs, are you listening?