The Osama bin Laden operation is the latest proof that the CIA is no longer a strategic intelligence agency.
When it comes to Shia and Sunni, Islamism knows no sect.
The terrorists are reaping the benefits from the chaos.
Documented evidence that rebel areas of Libya were the greatest per capita source of foreign jihadists in Iraq and that Libya is the most fractured and tribe-oriented of the Arab/Muslim states. So what is our strategic interest here?
How a missed opportunity could have been a slam dunk.
The terrorists have tapped into their extensive network of sympathizers to glean intelligence from the leaked cables.
Despite evidence from our own State Department to the contrary, why does Obama think that this organization would be a positive player in forming the new Egyptian government?
Few have mentioned that what is happening throughout the Middle East is a huge boon and triumph for the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.
James Clapper told a congressional committee that the Muslim Brotherhood is 'largely secular" and has "eschewed violence." (Also read Michael Ledeen's "Claptrap from Clapper" and Ron Radosh's "James Clapper's Stunning Assessment: We Must Demand He Be Fired" at the Tatler.)
Al-Qaeda is undertaking a new strategy: encouraging American Muslims to become a self-sustaining arm of the international jihad.
Why the Wikileaks document dump must now be considered a key American counterterrorism resource.
A new poll offers a little silver lining and a whole lot of cloud.