The media embraces a silly theory based on Internet forum posts by "desktop jihadists."
Obsession DVDs got CAIR hot under the hijab, but this new documentary will get their burqa in a bunch.
Ohio Democrats open the door to massive voter fraud.
The Democratic ticket's gaffe factory is working overtime to lighten the national mood.
Democrats promise to make their tax increases rain only on the rich. Can they?
The wheels are starting to come off the Messiah Express.
Taxpayers finance religious extremism and academic failure.
The civil liberties groups that hyped Ashraf Al-Jailani’s deportation case are now nowhere to be seen.
Legal threats against police are being used to get criminal charges dropped against Muslims.
Ohio's largest mosque found an extremist replacement for its deported terror-linked leader.
The controversial school funded by the Saudi Embassy had its corporate charter revoked in 2004 and has never filed required tax forms with the IRS.
Close ties to al-Qaeda don't appear to be an obstacle to obtaining a visa to lecture in Toronto.
Why is the Saudi-funded school covering up sex abuse allegations and using textbooks that incite students to violence?
In yet another startling case of incompetence, the State Department is sponsoring international delegations for an Islamic group being investigated for terrorist support.
A strategic partnership between a prominent Department of Defense research institute and organizations tied to terrorism reveals the problem with the federal government's Islamic outreach programs.
Islamic scholars recently sent a letter to Pope Benedict lauding the common bonds between Muslims and Christians. Patrick Poole warns that the institute sponsoring the letter also issues fatwas condemning apostates and religious freedom.
Are America's enemies operating freely from inside the country? Patrick Poole reports on one Somali terrorist leader's hassle-free trip to Minneapolis.
The DC-based Peace and Justice Foundation has a shockingly wide range of friends, from terrorists in the Middle East to powerful backers on Capitol Hill. Patrick Poole zeroes in on one particularly loyal friend in Congress.