We are now two weeks into living the Boston terror attacks either first hand or through the barrage of local and national media coverage.
President Obama promised to close the Guantanamo Bay prison camp. Promise kept. It’s now the Guantanamo Bay summer camp.
New England is hiding some of the world’s most sensitive secrets. The FBI helps trains contractors to be on guard.
Flying 500 feet above a small Vermont town, the I-Team found out that terrorists see the Canada-United States border as their land of opportunity.
During an 11th-hour meeting with the Vice President, Democrats were reportedly describing their Republican adversaries as “terrorists.”
There are some many things in today’s world I don’t understand, but at or near the top of those “things” is WikiLeaks. I’m not sure how it started nor how it will end, but if it doesn’t include someone being indicted and convicted for treason and subsequently hanged in the public square, this country is in much sadder shape than we already know that it is.