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Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World

J. Michael Springmann has just published, Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World. As a former member of the US Foreign Service, Mr. Springmann exposes the truth about American involvement in...

Judges in Seattle Heard the NSA Surveillance Case That Could Go to the Supreme Court

Originally published at The Stranger by Brendan Kiley on 12/12/14 Earlier this week, a real estate attorney from Coeur d'Alene stood up in front of a three-judge panel in Seattle's Ninth Circuit courthouse to argue...

The Unlikely Jihadist from Wichita

When neighbors went trick-or-treating at Terry Lee Loewen’s house in Wichita last Halloween, they saw a quiet, unobtrusive, “normal” man. Two months later, federal authorities said they’d seen through the disguise and found a...

Interoperable Communications Show Dramatic Improvement Since 9/11, But Problems Remain

10 Years after 9/11 Commission Recommended it, FCC Finds Funds for National First Responder Communications Network Originally published at AllGov by Noel  Brinkerhoff on  11/21/14 A decade after the 9/11 Commission suggested creating a unified communications...

Mary Fetchet lost her son on 9/11

Originally published at NEWS8 by Ann Nyberg on  11/19/14 NEW CANAAN, Conn. (WTNH)– New Canaan’s Mary Fetchet lost her son Brad on September 11, 2001. He had called her husband right after the first tower was...

War Is No Video Game – Not Even Remotely

Originally published at Breaking Defense by Scott Swanson on 11/18/14 The first person to fire a Hellfire missile from a Predator drone in combat and destroy a target writes here about his experience. Scott Swanson has never...

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