OK, I’m just as happy seeing al-Awlaqi meet his maker and however many virgins. But, for those of us who did take the whole FISA debate seriously, and that whole due process rigamarole that the Bill of Rights blathers on about, and as someone who felt the sting of the sarcasm embodied in the bumpersticker wisdom of “Go Ahead, Take My Rights; I Wasn’t Using … Continue reading Assassinating American Citizens
It seems that Stephen Coughlin’s contract with the Pentagon is going to be renewed after all. His thesis, by the way, is online, and is well worth reading. Continue reading Stephen Coughlin Reinstated?
George Weigel names the enemy, and asks why so many are so unwilling to do the same: That is what we are fighting: jihadism, the religiously inspired ideology which teaches that it is every Muslim’s duty to use any means necessary to compel the world’s submission to Islam. That most of the world’s Muslims do not accept this definition of the demands of their faith … Continue reading Naming the Enemy