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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - James J. Carafano
Republicans are suspicious of John O. Brennan's refusal to link the words "Islamic" and "terrorism" in the same breath as President Obama's chief counterterrorism adviser.
"He actually has a long track record within the [Obama] administration … that he'll be held accountable for," he said.
"His answer to the battle of ideas is not to fight it, basically," he said.