Ten years ago, our nation faced what is arguably the greatest test to which our people have faced since the Civil War on our own soil.
Breivik was a Christian, anti-Muslim, anti-Marxist, small government, right-wing, lunatic. Sound familiar?
The unspeakable tragedy in Norway reminds the whole world of the need for renewed vigilance against right wing terrorism.
Iraqis tell harrowing stories, reminding us that even if the troops come home, the United States has a debt to pay to the people of Iraq.
Saul Landau's new film abot the Cuban Five holds the position that our government has been jailing the wrong "terrorists."
This is a shocking book. Keith Bolender's "Voices from the Other Side" offers testimony from Cuban victims of U. S. terror.
Was the killing of Osama bin Laden justified? The questions remain: What is terrorism? Who are terrorists? And how does one best oppose them?
Peter King's congressional inquisition of the purported "radicalization" of U.S. Muslims is taking place the same month as the 60th anniversary of another all-American witch hunt.
Marketed as a laugh-filled romp, "Four Lions" offers much more.
The trial of Faisal Shahzad shows military tribunals are not only harmful but unnecessary.