Published May 20, 2011
While modern pirates share the same penchant for at-sea violence as marauders here centuries ago, they share little else in common.
Published May 02, 2011
Now that Usama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda is dead here are five steps we need to take that will help build success in protecting Americans at home and overseas.
Published April 26, 2011
Though the activist website founder and former hacker Julian Assange continues his personal war against America, ironically his release of more than 700 secret files from the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to a handful of media outlets it actually underscores the danger posed by the men held there.
Published April 22, 2011
Despite all the coverage of events in Syria why has there been so little media attention has focused on the Obama administration’s lackluster support for the country's growing democracy movement?
Published April 04, 2011
It’s too bad that it took an act of Congress combined with President Obama’s sagging approval ratings to see KSM and the other 9/11 detainees tried by a military commission.
Published March 29, 2011
Let’s hope that President Barack Obama starts paying closer attention to who is Duh, Winning.
Published March 21, 2011
Despite the warnings from Secretary of Defense Robert Gates weeks ago that enforcement of a “no-fly zone” over Libya would be tantamount to war, that’s exactly where we find ourselves today.
Published December 08, 2010
While shuttering the detention facilities was Mr. Obama’s #1 stated priority as announced when taking office, his lack of experience on dealing with tough issues like Gitmo as a junior Senator who routinely voted “present,” was a sure-fire recipe for “all hope, no change.”
Published December 03, 2010
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange just bought the remaining 174 Guantanamo detainees even more time in the Caribbean’s most famous lock-down.
Published August 09, 2010
Four previously banned reporters will attend the military commission trial at Gitmo on Tuesday. Did the Pentagon do the right thing?