The Media Research Center's Dan Joseph visited George Mason University on the 13th anniversary of 9/11 to see how many of its elite students would sign a petition in support of ISIS. Your tax dollars at work.
The Legal Forum for Israel recently sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, describing and objecting to his anti-Israel bias, and demanding that he begin to take a more balanced approach to Israel-Palestinian affairs. Read this fascinating letter here.
In an expansive video interview with The Daily Caller's Ginni Thomas, former CIA operations officer and counter-terrorism consultant Clare Lopez explains that for the first time in history, the US actually armed Al Qaeda, in the lead-up to and after the Benghazi attack on the American consulate.
In the Palestinian world, when Hamas is in a military conflict with Israel, anything short of being beaten to the point of having to cry "Uncle!," and sign an unconditional surrender, is considered a "victory." But to a chorus of Israel supporters, anything short of that is considered a loss. Which is it?
Brigadier General Ernie Audino (ret.) says, "The destruction of ISIS and breaking its will to fight will not happen by the conduct of defensive operations alone. [T]his level of destruction will require the conduct of well-coordinated, well-equipped and well-supplied offensive operations."