Charles of Arabia
Exploiting social media for the jihad.
He could get “time served,” though, for his years in Taliban captivity.
Obama called the 70th anniversary “an opportunity to reflect on the progress we have made confronting this terrible chapter.”
The Guardian lets the filmmakers spin a false narrative.
Fark.com founder Drew Curtis is no politician, and he promises a totally different way to govern.
Maybe we should buy them a Coke.
It’s this bad: thirteen years after 9/11, two senior American military officers speaking of “honoring” the late Saudi “king”
Rhodes claims U.S. still has “significant ability” to go after AQAP despite government being deposed.
New York governor is “obsessed with fear” over feds’ investigation.
Who didn’t go to Saudi Arabia? Jack Lew, the lone cabinet secretary at Auschwitz.
On the run to every corner of the globe.
Touts border security focus: “Who builds a better wall than Donald Trump? I build the best buildings.”
It sounds like a perfect time for the state to step in and start crushing some freedoms.
This situation is entirely INVERTED. It’s the citizens who need to keep an eye on their government, not the other way around.
Three cheers for money in politics!
The fact that Obama can’t go a couple of hours without his nicotine fix is a clear indication he’s still smoking.
Bill Nye is a result of not thinking.
The Globe & Mail didn’t tell readers about the “Qatar connection” between an American think-tank and prime Paris real estate.
Not a friend of free speech.
More like police departments are worried that their revenue-generating traffic-ticket operation is going to take a hit when drivers are warned the police are holding an informal fundraiser on public highways.