If federal law defines treason as giving “aid and comfort within the US” to its enemies, then what else do we call appointing radical Islamist sympathizers?
This past week Senator Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., released a list of recent radical Islamic migrants and refugees who engaged in terrorist acts against the U.S.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump made a larger point when he said he saw thousands of Muslims in America celebrating the attacks on 9/11 on television.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement has abandoned the historical, legal definition of refugee and replaced it with the United Nations definition.
If Anonymous is truly going to declare and wage war against the Islamic State, then here are a few lessons, tips and hints for them before they get started.
In today’s world, down means up, bad means good and, the term “Islamic terrorist” is not permitted in public policy conversation by the commander-in-chief.
Yale University is making an overt attempt to display “dhimmitude”–submission to Muslims–rather than their heritage as defenders of the First Amendment.
Yale University accepted a $10 million gift to create the Abdallah S. Kamel Center for the Study of Islamic Law and Civilization at Yale Law School.
Through the Non-Profit Security Program (NSGP), FEMA is providing taxpayer funds for ineligible groups that fund or support Islamic terrorist organizations.