Idiot Lights Blinking: Vetting Failures Still Favor Lying Terrorist Migrants
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At least 13 terrorists caught or killed between 9/11 and April 2018 were improperly admitted to the U.S. New reports keep piling up that asylum seekers and refugees from terrorism-spawning countries have slipped through the U.S. vetting systems despite records of Islamic terrorism. Like episodic idiot-lights on the car dashboard that briefly blink on and then disappear for a while, …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Is the U.S. Willing to Fight Against Islamic Terrorism No Matter How Long, No Matter How Costly in Blood and Treasure? By ED KOCH

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In his address to Congress after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said it was “a date which will live in infamy.”  Nine-Eleven is likewise a date that will live in infamy.  The war with Japan lasted almost four years.  The war that began on 9/11 with the Islamist terrorist world is now …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Is the U.S. Willing to Fight Against Islamic Terrorism No Matter How Long, No Matter How Costly in Blood and Treasure? By ED KOCH

Norway’s Terrorism in Context By DANIEL PIPES

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Published with express permission by the author and replicated herein; first published in the National Review Online on July 27, 2011. http://www.danielpipes.org/10007/norway-terrorism-in-context Scandinavia may look idyllic from a distance, what with royal families and prime ministers almost without security, but it has endured its fair share of violence, from the assassination of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme to two school massacres in …

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Ed Koch Commentary Curiouser and Curiouser By Edward I. Koch

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The Islamic terrorist, Faisal Shahzad, who unsuccessfully sought on May 1, 2010 to blow up a car in Times Square was sentenced to life in prison without parole by a federal district court on October 5, 2010.  He pled guilty so there was no trial.  At sentencing, he said to the Federal District Court Judge, Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum, according to …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Tolerance Must Be a Two-Way Street BY Edward I. Koch

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What should we do to deal with people like Pastor Terry Jones who threaten to burn the Koran? Having the President and other members of the administration publicly and privately plead with them, as was the case with Jones, is foolish and, indeed, counterproductive.  Never reward bad behavior.  When this current dingbat Jones is out of the limelight, we can …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Tolerance Must Be a Two-Way Street BY Edward I. Koch