(January 27, 2015) - There are reports this morning that the U.S. Army has now decided to charge Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with desertion.
A U.S.-born Israeli author and Middle East expert says Israel will continue to do whatever it takes to expel terrorists from within its borders, including ISIS.
The head of an immigration enforcement think tank says he's disappointed that an immigration bill includes only 27 miles of new fencing along the southern border with Mexico.
Immigration enforcement groups hope the House rejects an immigration bill designed to "secure the border first," saying it basically gives cover to those Republicans who support President Obama's amnesty plan.
A national defense analyst predicts the political stability of Saudi Arabia is safe, at least in the near term, following the death of King Abdullah.
Israel Defense Forces (IDF) officials are confident that they are more than ready for whatever is thrown their way in what they believe will be an imminent Hezbollah counterattack — as the Islamic terrorist group seeks vengeance for a strike on its convoy that killed six of its jihadists. Knowing its enemy, Israel is prepared to deliver a crushing blow of any magnitude — fast.
A group fighting for the religious freedom of military chaplains says it is disappointing that the U.S. Army caved to the demands of an anti-Christian zealot.
Calling it the "Poster of Shame," an "offended" atheist group spurred the immediate removal of a sandwich board sign in front of an Army recruiting office in Phoenix on Friday because it had a problem with the phrase displayed: "On a mission for both God and country."
A law firm that defends religious freedom wants Congress to take action to ensure the U.S. homeland is protected from the kind of Islamic terrorist attacks that took place in France.
An author and terrorism expert says the Islamic State terrorist organization is operating more like a country, most recently by opening a bank.
An attorney who defends religious freedom says President Obama's recent absence from the "Unity March" in Paris shows that the supposed leader of the free world fails to recognize the threat of radical Islam.
(Jerusalem) - An Israel-based national security expert isn't optimistic that much will be accomplished Wednesday when U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Iran's foreign minister for another round of nuclear talks.
A former U.S. Justice Department attorney says it is clear that GITMO works. Why? Because terrorists can't hurt anybody from there.
A former Justice Department attorney says despite the declaration by the perpetrators of this week's terrorist attack in Paris, President Obama and others on the left continue to deny the Islamic connection to the massacre.
The United Nations is following suit with President Barack Obama in its apparent effort to not classify the jihadist attack — killing a dozen Parisians at the Charlie Hebdo magazine headquarters — an act of "Islamic" terrorism.
A terrorism expert thinks it's wrong for German Chancellor Angela Merkel to oppose the anti-Islamization rallies being held around the country.