15 years of war on terror and the only folks to seize a federal building are a bunch of white guys with guns and no clue what it's all about
Republicans and the media are accusing President Obama of being forced to apologize for the deaths of two Americans who were killed in a US drone strike, but the reality is that it was the White House who gave the scoop to the media.
Despite the insistence of Republicans that the War on Terror is unidirectional, that it extends only outward, in the direction of Islam, it is omnidirectional, and extends inward as well as outward. The Western World, like the Middle East, is facing terror from within.
What will #OpCharlieHebdo mean for ISIL? Given the hacktivist group's record so far, ISIL might want to refer back to the KKK for an answer
As President Obama sends 1500 troops to Iraq to advise, train, and assist, Fox News sees only a broken promise and troops on the ground
Clark outlines the challenges facing us, which together, he argues, "are exactly the grounds over which a national strategy must be unfurled."
It is unlikely any American over the age of three or four will forget 911, but it is highly likely the majority of Americans will forget the long-lasting devastation an incompetent Republican administration's response wrought on the nation.
U.S. intelligence agencies and the military have successfully apprehended one of the ringleaders of the Benghazi attack.
How would the neocons respond if President Obama told them they were solely in charge of coming up with solutions to the problems in Iraq? Could they even handle it? Or are they more interested in complaining from the peanut gallery?
Five years into the drone campaign, there have been 2,400. killed, yet in Iraq, the ICCC offers a figure of 43,099 civilian casualties alone from from April 28, 2005 to August 22, 2008
it was not Obama who invaded Iraq on a fabricated pretext and with an army designed to fight not an insurgency but World War III.
It is safe to say most Americans expect Islamic extremists to launch terror attacks against innocent American citizens, but it is likely few expect a devastating attack from members of Congress.
As the nation remembers the American lives lost at the hands of a terrorist gang, they should take stock of the damage that an incompetent Bush administration caused this country.
An Obama failure with Syria is a strong possibility. However, this failure might end up being what ultimately dooms the Republican Party.
Donald Rumsfeld conveniently forgets the past and repeats the GOP's favorite meme, that Obama has lost credibility and America's confidence
Benghazi was bigger than Watergate (and apparently, 9/11 as well) but "Seal Team 6-Gate" is bigger even than Benghazi! (and Benghazi was totally the worst scandal ever, right? Well, not so much...).
During the Bush administration's crusade against suspected terrorists who were tried in civilian court and not as "enemy combatants," Republicans were silent until Barack Obama became president.
Trends in militarization, surveillance, and civil liberties violations raise disturbing questions about the exchange of liberty for security.
David Gregory twice asserted an inaccurate Obama quote while advancing a Republican argument against President Obama's foreign policy today on Meet the Press.
It's 9/11, so right on schedule here comes the Republican Party with a story about how Obama has made America less safe. Only this time, the American people aren't listening.