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Feds stonewall on evidence U.S. terror attacks could have been prevented

Feds stonewall on evidence U.S. terror attacks could have been prevented

Victims of the Dec. 2, 2015, terror attack in San Bernardino, California When Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik massacred 14 people in San Bernardino, California in 2015, newly retired Department of Homeland Security Officer Philip Haney was horrified to discover that a major case he spent years developing might have helped prevent the attack had […]

California’s drought and wildfires threaten endangered frog

California’s drought and wildfires threaten endangered frog

   A half-century ago, buy hundreds of streams cascading down the San Gabriel, San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains in California were packed with fist-size mountain yellow-legged frogs competing for mating rights. Today, fewer than 400 of the endangered frogs are holed up in five hard-to-reach streams, all of them reduced to ribbons of shrinking […]

Who Is to Blame for the Latest Terror Attack?

Who Is to Blame for the Latest Terror Attack?

By Elise Cooper, June 16, 2016 Once again Americans face the horrific tragedy of a terrorist attack: this past weekend, at least fifty died, with over forty wounded.  American Thinker interviewed some retired FBI agents and police commissioners to understand why it happened, if it could have been prevented, and what to do going forward.  Both presidential […]

Feds probe Nestle’s CA operations

Feds probe Nestle’s CA operations

Obama Welcoming Committee at the San Bernardino International Airport

Obama Welcoming Committee at the San Bernardino International Airport

By George Miller Groups protest Obama, ISIS, policies on terrorism and immigration The news today was about the Obamas’ Friday visit (on their way to an annual Hawaiian vacation) to Indian Springs High School with the families of the victims of the ISIS-inspired San Bernandino shootings. Obama used the visit to console the families, assure people that they will […]

San Bernardino attacks shape presidential race

San Bernardino attacks shape presidential race

By James Poulos . Presidential candidates in both parties have found challenges and opportunities in responding politically to the recent terrorist attacks in San Bernardino, California. In the wake of Tashfeen Malik’s attack, carried out with her husband Syed Rizwan Farook, controversy and criticism has centered around the way federal officials screen foreign immigrants for entry into the U.S. […]

CA gun laws back in crosshairs

CA gun laws back in crosshairs

By James Poulos . The Golden State’s strict approach to gun control has come under intense scrutiny in the wake of the San Bernardino shootings. Recent curbs on access to firearms and limitations on certain gun features appeared to have made little or no impact on the terrorists’ ability to obtain and use their arsenal. The closure of the […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Remember Who Was First

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE:  Remember Who Was First

By L. Neil Smith . . Tom Tancredo is a five-term former U.S. congressman from Colorado. In some ways, he’s the right wing’s answer to former Democratic governor Dick Lamm, offering swift, unconventional,  unexpected, solutions to socio-economic, and political problems. Following 9/11, he proposed threatening the Muslem world — should there ever be another such […]

Pamela Geller: If Loretta Lynch Wants to Ban ‘Violent Talk,’ She Should Ban the Quran

Pamela Geller: If Loretta Lynch Wants to Ban ‘Violent Talk,’ She Should Ban the Quran

By Pamela Geller In the wake of the San Bernardino jihad slaughter, Obama’s jihad denial took a malevolent and tyrannical turn. The day after a horrific ISIS rampage, Obama’s Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, pledged to an Islamic supremacist lobbying group that she would prosecute anyone who used “anti-Muslim” rhetoric. Lynch declared: “When we talk about the First […]