Obama Administration Misleads on ISIS

A stunning report released Thursday by a House Republican task force revealed that official intelligence reports hid the real state of the battle against ISIS. They consistently described U. S. actions in a more positive light and implied the war against ISIS was being won. The task force blamed “structural and management changes” at Central […]

Loretta Lynch: We May Never Know Orlando Shooter’s Motives

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said during a press conference that the Justice Department may never know why Omar Mateen entered an Orlando gay bar and shot 100 people, saying people often act out of more than one motivation. Lynch promised there would be a full investigation into his motives, saying federal investigators are still […]

Terror Shooting in Gay Bar, 50 Dead

The gunman shouted “Allahu Akbar” then opened fire in an Orlando gay bar killing 50 and wounding at least 53 more at about 2 a.m. Sunday morning. SWAT teams finally rushed inside around 6 a.m. and killed the shooter, who had been holding several dozen people hostage. The nightclub “Pulse” billed itself as the hottest […]

ISIS Attacks Baghdad and Istanbul

On Monday, attackers hit a in a shopping mall in a Shia area of Baghdad. One attacker exploded his suicide vest outside the mall, then a second gunman charged inside the mall, opening fire and lobbing grenades. At least 9 people were killed and 13 others wounded. Iraqi police were able to regain control of […]

President Obama’s Speech to the Nation

In his third Oval Office speech to the American people since taking office, Mr. Obama addressed the issue of the killings in San Bernardino that were committed by two Muslims. He called it a terror attack, which he had avoided doing until now. Mr. Obama said the terrorist threat has evolved to a new phase […]

The State Dept. Warns Against Foreign Travel

November 23, 2015 The U.S. state department issued an alert today, discouraging Americans from international travel, saying, “Current information suggests that ISIS, al Qaeda and Boko Haram and other terrorist groups continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions.” However, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson urged Americans who in the U.S. to not change […]

An Update on the Terror Manhunt

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 After an overnight raid in a Paris neighborhood, eight terrorists were captured and two others are killed. One who died was a a female who detonated her suicide vest when police approached. The police have not released information on the mastermind behind the Paris attack. He may have been the one […]

Syria: 2011 to Present

History of  the Syrian Civil War The Syrian civil war began with the arrest and torture of teens who painted revolutionary slogans on a school wall.

Update on Paris Attacks/ISIS, One less Republican candidate

Tuesday, November 17,  2015 ISIS Hacked, 5,500 Twitter Accounts Lost An online group calling itself “Anonymous” has waged a cyber war on ISIS and announced it has hacked 5,500 ISIS-affiliated accounts on Twitter and has taken them down.

Russian Warships Fire Missiles on Syria

Four Russian warships in the Caspian Sea launched more than 20 missiles that landed 900 miles away, in Syria. The missiles flew over both Iran and Iraq to reach their targets. In the last week, Russian fighter jets have intercepted three US drones flying over Syria.

ISIS Crucifies Christians

A 12-year-old boy, his father and several others were crucified by ISIS in a village near Aleppo, Syria. When these members of a Christian ministry team refused to convert to Islam, the five men and the boy were tortured and then crucified. Christians in another area were also asked to renounce their faith. When they […]

Trouble in Turkey

Two female shooters attacked the U.S. consulate in Istanbul on Monday. One was detained, the other is being sought by authorities. No one was hurt. In another attack, at least six Turkish security officials were killed at the Syrian border by ISIS and the PKK, a Kurdish militant group. Hundreds of Syrian refugees are waiting at […]

Iraq, Iran and ISIS: Where We are Today

When U.S. military pulled out of Iraq, they left weapons and equipment behind for Iraqi troops to use in their fight against ISIS. Today, those same items are being used by ISIS against the Iraqis.

Does our President Understand what’s at Stake?

It’s been four years since the death of Usama Bin Laden. During the raid of his compound, 1.5 million documents were seized by U.S. forces. Recently, 121 documents were declassified and released, revealing stunning facts connecting Iranian leadership to Al Qaeda. This is not news to President Obama, who has known this yet continues to […]