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Afghan soldiers killing US soldiers; are we being kept in the dark?

Afghan soldiers turned guns on their US and NATO trainers more in 2011 than perhaps any other year, and the military organization running the war in Afghanistan has responded by choosing not to report details of these incidents. The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a NATO-led security mission established by the UN Security Council in […]

Unreasonable Risk and Ill-Conceived Combat Missions

During an exchange with a senatorial aide, I received from him the link to a piece written by Col. Tony Pfaff, US Army. The piece is entitled “Risk, Military Ethics and Irregular Warfare.” In this piece the colonel details the problems encountered in asymmetrical combat, the unwieldy and artificially established parameters thrust upon not only […]

Answering America’s Iranian Challenge

An Op-Ed by Greg Sowards, U.S. Senate Candidate As a candidate running for the U.S. Senate, it is my job to be well-versed in both domestic and foreign policy.  When it comes to America’s Iranian challenge, it is necessary to make an argument on behalf of the American people that bluntly assesses the world as […]

What is Agenda 21?

UN plan referenced by Newt Gingrich is a real threat to private property and US sovereignty “Agenda 21 proposes an array of actions which are intended to be implemented by every person on Earth…it calls for specific changes in the activities of all people… Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound reorientation of […]

Our counterterrorism blind spot: stopping American terrorists

By Chris Carter and Shawn Moore This week the Department of Justice announced that our intelligence community foiled an Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States. While our counterterrorism strategy is successful at preventing terrorist plots from foreign sources, it fails to stop the flow of American citizens committing terrorist attacks […]

Poker, Drug-Running and Illicit Deals at the Kabul Bank: The Double Life of Sherkhan Farnood

Sherkhan Farnood was placed under arrest by Afghanistan authorities on June 30, 2011 for his connection with over $900 million in fraudulent lending activities. These activities took place at the Kabul Bank, an institution founded and formerly co-chaired by Farnood. He was arrested along with the bank’s former CEO Khalilullah Fruzi for what Afghanistan Attorney […]

Anti-Sharia Law Bills: Constitutional and Necessary

New study determines Islamic sharia law is utilized in courtrooms across the country – in violation of constitutional rights. South Carolina is one of over a dozen states whose legislatures are considering a bill that would bar foreign laws – such as Islamic sharia law – from conflicting with U.S. and state laws. Opponents of […]

The American Spring: Frank Gaffney’s Stand

Frank Gaffney has arisen as the first champion of the American Spring.

Anti-foreign law bill will protect all S.C. citizens

Bill DOES NOT violate rights of Muslims, though Jihadists would have us believe otherwise By Chris Carter The South Carolina Senate is currently debating legislation that would ban the enforcement of foreign and religious laws – including Islamic sharia law – but opponents claim the bill would violate the constitutional rights of Muslims. Nothing could […]

Iran: The Purge of the Hojatieh Society

“A nation from the East will rise and prepare the way for the coming of the Mahdi” -Prophet Muhammad, Hadith tradition Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s defiance of Ayatollah Khameini, Iran’s Supreme Leader, is no laughing matter. An 11-day strike by President Ahmadinejad has ended with the arrest of 25 of his associates on the charge of […]