Last May, the Justice Department indicted five Chinese nationals that the U.S. government accused of belonging to the cyber espionage arm of the People’s Liberation Army.
Bin Laden once said, “When people see a strong horse and a weak horse, by nature they will like the strong horse.” For now, that strong horse is the Islamic State.
The shock waves from the Murrieta Illegal Immigration Rebellion are continuing to reverberate nationally and closer to home.
Government watchdog Judicial Watch is doing the heavy lifting in the IRS scandal.
The Republican Party can start standing for something or it can find itself a museum exhibit, right next to the Whigs.
WASHINGTON, August 22, 2014 — There are two distinct narratives emerging from the events in Ferguson, Missouri. The first, which surfaced within hours of Michael Brown’s death at the hands of police, posits that “the gentle giant” was shot six times by a police officer when he had his hands up and was either leaving the scene or attempting…
The big ‘investors’ in immigration reform have cashed out and are running away perhaps to fight another day.
WASHINGTON, August 21, 2014 — American photojournalist James Foley may have felt what war correspondent Ernie Pyle called the “unnatural terror of dying on the battlefield” before he was beheaded by his Islamic State captors. However, it’s doubtful he saw himself as a warrior in the struggle between the timid West and the East’s bold jihadists, especially the…
WASHINGTON, August 20, 2014 — New York Times reporter James Risen gets a little jumpy when the doorbell rings. His legal appeals to avoid revealing the identity of a source in open court have been rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court. It’s only a matter of time before the FBI comes to fetch him. He is, to repeat a…
The media dutifully reported the family’s claim that telling the truth about Brown was character assassination.