A new video:
The trio of videos released by the Islamic State in recent weeks have followed the same grim pattern — a helpless and unarmed Westerner is forced to kneel in front of a masked militant who threatens the… Continue reading →
ISIS released a haunting propaganda video showing a British captive promising to illuminate the “the truth” behind the militants’ network and criticizing his government and the U.S. approach to hostage negotiations.The video — which runs for around three minutes —… Continue reading →
Responding to a policy change at Ohio State University that will require both partners in a physical relationship to express “the who, what, where, when, why, and how … sexual activity will take place,” talk show host rush limbaugh decried… Continue reading →
Kris Paronto and Mark Geist, two security guards who were in Benghazi on the night of the attacks back in 2012, are challenging what Democrat reps are saying about there not being a stand down order issued that night.
“The… Continue reading →
I wish I had one of those flashing police lights that Drudge uses to highlight an important story. If there ever was a time to use one, this is it. As the stock market firmly crosses 17,000 and investors… Continue reading →
On Thursday morning, Salon posted an interview with Bill Ayers in which he and questioner David Masciotra discussed topics including Ayers’s appearance this summer on Megyn Kelly’s show; the state of American public education; and why Ayers thinks the Tea… Continue reading →
Accuracy in Media Editor Roger Aronoff was a recent guest on “Cavuto,” on the Fox Business Network. The topic was how the mainstream media have been ignoring President Obama’s low approval ratings in an election season.
A study of media… Continue reading →
First shipment of military aid sent to Kurdish forces
The first shipment of Czech military aid to Kurdish forces fighting against
Islamic State radicals in northern Iraq was sent from the military airport
in Pardubice on Thursday. The C-17 Globemaster… Continue reading →
The US needs to "do more to harden our soft power" to best combat Russia's 24/7 propaganda machine and counter the rise of ISIS, according to Rick Stengel, US Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy.
Stengel in Malaysia in April. Photo: State… Continue reading →
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JEFF GLOR: The Senate is expected to approve a plan today to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIS militants. The House passed the bill Wednesday, 273-156. The vote cut across party lines. 85 Democrats and… Continue reading →