On Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, Senator Marco Rubio referred to the deadly Paris terrorist attacks as "a positive development."
Senator Feinstein is leading an effort to bar gun sales to people on the Terrorist Watchlist, but the NRA is fighting her efforts.
Back in January, in the wake of the attacks on Charlie Hebdo, the Anonymous collective declared war on the Islamic State with #OpParis (Operation Paris).
Recently, they sort of declared war again, releasing a video Monday in response to the latest Paris terrorist attacks. TheHackerNews.com called it a declaration of “total war.” Anonymous told the world that they were about to “launch the biggest operation ever,” and in the video, warned the Islamic State to “expect massive cyber-attacks.”
A Rhode Island GOP lawmaker wants Syrian refugees placed in internment camps where they would be segregated from the general population.
Obama has a strategy for defeating ISIL so of course Paul Ryan demands that the he submit to Congress a plan of which the House approves
Jeb Bush says "Islamic terrorism" isn't really about religion but he sure doesn't want any Muslims in this country - even refugees
Despite all the evidence he is 100% correct about the connection between climate change and terrorism, Noonan thinks Sanders sounds "daffy"
A coalition of Muslim organizations held a press conference in Washington DC to denounce the Paris terrorist attacks.
The Islamic State grew out of Al Qaeda in Iraq, and of course, Al Qaeda was not IN Iraq until after Bush's invasion, making Santorum a liar
Judith Miller responded to the terrorist attacks in Paris by sending out a tweet bashing American college students.
President Barack Obama knows this. That is why he hunted down and killed Osama bin Laden. That's not something any person with an ounce of humanity wants to do, no matter what- to kill another human being. But it was necessary.
Hillary Clinton responded to the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris by saying, "No terrorist attack will ever dim the spirit of the French people or our common commitment to the democratic values we share."
In a brief statement after the news of the Paris terrorist attacks broke, President Obama voiced the U.S's support for France and vowed to work with them to bring the terrorists to justice.