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At a time when mixed mes- sages come from the administration about foreign affairs in general and the war declared on us 13 years ago by Osama bin Laden and his confederates in particular, this book supplies a bracing dose of clarity.
"We used to conform behavior to the military. Now we're conforming the military to behavior."
Radical Islam threatens American democracy. It is slowly subverting America from within and without. If it is not stopped, U.S. civilization is doomed.
Looking at Zuhdi Jasser, you wouldn't expect him to be a national lightning rod. Polished and polite, he is a medical doctor and Navy veteran who finds no contradiction between being a proud Muslim and a patriot willing to die for his country.
The White House and left-wing activists are vigorously opposing congressional hearings on homegrown Islamic radicalism. Apparently they don't think there's a threat, or that if the government ignores it, danger will go away.
May we drill now, please? At this writing, circumstances in the Middle East may change between this sentence and my last paragraph.
An extensive investigation by a Senate committee says the Fort Hood massacre should have been prevented, but a "string of failures" by the FBI and the Army allowed a "ticking time bomb" to open fire at a crowded deployment center in the worst domestic terrorism ambush since the Sept. 11 attacks.
A Senate report on the Fort Hood shooting is sharply critical of the FBI, saying that top leaders must exercise more control over local field offices that failed to recognize warning signs that suggested the shooter was a threat.
The WikiLeaks pandemic spread like wildfire around Planet Earth, triggering a new age of uncertainty, anxiety - and fear. Nothing was sacred or secret. The loose-lips-sink-ships mentality is now spreading to the ether, or at least the Internet, whose true dimensions are hard to grasp.