Post-San Bernardino Politics: Devolutionary Republicans, A Carterizing Obama, Presidential Hillary, and the Inevitability of Trumpism
The week since the bloody terrorist attack on a San Bernardino holiday party hasn't gone well for American politics. It's mostly been a disconcerting combination of the uncertain and the shrill, the latter crossing the line into outright fascism.
Yesterday, Maj. Nidal Hasan was sentenced to death for killing 13 people and injuring more than 30 in a 2009 attack at Fort
One of the oddest aspects of Barack Obama's presidency is its sometimes quite strange mix of the ultra-politically correct and the anti-politically correct. They've led to some of the most crashingly boneheaded things this White House has done.
Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born cleric linked to al Qaeda's Yemen-based wing to whom U.S. intelligence officials said Hasan
Nidal Malik Hasan, the U.S. Army major accused of killing 13 and injuring 32 more in a mass shooting at Fort Hood in Texas on Nov. 5, 2009, has been receiving salary payments totaling $278,000 in the three-and-a-half years since being arrested, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reported Tuesday.
Hasan's court-martial at Fort Hood is set to start with jury selection on May 29 and testimony on July 1, according to AP
The military failed to protect itself from Major Nidal Hasan. Why? Because it has been neutered by the shame and guilt engendered by political correctness.
ABC News is reporting that U.S. agencies were aware months ago that Fort Hood shooting suspect Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan sought
While Obama has substantive problems on security, his perceptual problems exist only in the echo chamber of the media culture and the insular world of politics.
For all the right's jeremiads, its own brand of political correctness kept it from connecting two crucial dots: how our failing
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WATCH: Retired Col. John P. Galligan, the civilian attorney for suspected Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan, gave an interview
Both his parents are American, I want to make sure everyone understands, he was a good American, and we are shocked. We just
An ordinary columnist, capable of thinking clearly, could have written about the need to attend to the bureaucratic failures
Without question there was a great deal of chaos surrounding the unprecedented events that took place at Fort Hood. However, the Army does not have a great track record with the media when it comes to accuracy.
Bill O'Reilly: 'We Can't Kill All The Muslims... So We Wanna Win As Many Hearts And Minds As We Can'
Bill O'Reilly believes that the US effort to win the popular support of Muslims around the world is based on the notion that